|East Mountain is accessed by Guided Tour Only|
Some areas require a guide.
Claimed to have been chipped, but I don't see it. In the Sherman guide books the ledge to the left is listed as off and pretty easy to avoid, if you are tall and it is on the problem is significantly easier, the newer Wilder book makes no mention of the ledge one way or another.
From the 3 finger pocket to start move up left to a tooth and crush to move right to a sloping 3 finger dish. Either jump or get a high drop knee to move up left to a sloping edge. Next out right to a sidepull and cross through to another sidepull. A long reach up to an angling crack that is good and is followed to the top.
On the Star Boulder which is the obvious boulder seen from the trail with the 45 degree profile. Climbs the center left of the 45 degree face from a sit, right in a 3 finger pocket.
Pads and spotter