Follow an arete up and over a roof (crux one) to a pin and optional ball-nut placement. Move left to the arete (crux two) and finish up the arete to the anchors.
Use the anchors; topping out this route puts you right at the overlook, and we don't need to be tempting any tourists in walking over to the loose edge.
Starting at the bottom of the Pyuk Butress, climb a small,bad corner or scramble around to the base of the arete, where the good rock starts.
It's best to appoach by going by the pillar and scrambling across a narrow traverse ledge to the base of the bad corner. Scramble around some more if you want to skip it.
A light rack favoring gear under one inch and draws to clip the four bolts, pin, and anchors.
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