This is a steep and bouldery pitch that is almost a total clip-up, and is well worth the time. It only requires a couple pieces of gear at the top.
Either stem off of the tree for an A-0 start and clip the first bolt, or boulder in from the right on a rail (clip the first bolt and then lower down for the free start). Climb the ridiculously steep wall past 3 more bolts to easier terrain that is protected with gear. Belay on the perfectly flat ledge at slings. Note: The crux is actually at the first bolt, and the route gradually gets easier as you go, but probably at about the same rate as most climbers arms begin to fail.
Either rap off, or continue up to the Tilted World for some more steepness. 70'
This is the narrow steep butress with bolts, that you first see at the bottom of the cliff while walking south. It is located a couple routes left of the start to "Built to Tilt".
A couple of cams - finger to hand size