Weeperhorn is the little mountain, the problem climbs a great looking piece of chocolate sandstone over a perfect landing.
Sit start with a left hand pinch and a right wherever is most comfortable. From there, make a move out right to the crimp, buckle the heel, fall into the left hand sidepull, bump up to the right hand crimp, match a left heel on the sidepull, crank up, and hit the huge shelf out right. Make a few other easy moves, and top it out.
The move to the shelf is likely the crux. Deciding what to use with the left hand is the key. There are options, so go with what feels good.
This is on the South face of Weeperhorn Boulder.
A few pads, the landing is spectacular though.
BETA PHOTO: Weeperhorn problem beta.