This climb follows the vertical white headwall face, with just enough positive ledges and pockets. I found the monopocket move at the 2nd bolt on the headwall to be the cruxiest, but overall this climb was crimpy/forearm pumpy rather than tweaky.
How you reach the headwall is up to you- you can start with a bolt-protected boulder problem, which is the beginning of the climb Put In Pump 5.11+; or you can begin with easy blocks to the right.
This climb would be quite good, if it saw more traffic so the holds weren't sandy.
This climb is #7 in 'Taos Rock'. It is the 3rd bolted route you reach as approaching the River Wall. The vertical white face is obvious, it is just to the right of a wide crack in a right-facing corner.
4, or 6 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor. Bolt count depends on start chosen.
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