A rare steep problem on perfect edges and crimps. Start left hand on a good crimp, right hand on the good rail, make the long, first move to get establish on the long rail. Crux comes establishing on the two crimps high on the prow and generating momentum to get around the arete to reach better holds.
Another sequence could possibly make the finish easier by a grade, but risks a potentially sketchy fall onto uneven, downhill sloping, terrain.
A direct finish also looks possible, albeit quite intimidating as well.
A nice little jaunt from the parking lot at the Tram via the service road. Once you arrive at the first blue service tower, head north about 100 meters up hill. The boulder problem faces south.
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