Fun slab route with a well-protected crux and slightly easier runout climbing. Scramble up to belay below the obvious tree about 70 feet up just to the left of the summit of Squat Rock. Follow a thin seam for about 10 feet (yellow Alien or small wires), clip the first bolt and move right onto the slab. Clip the second bolt from a good foothold, make a couple of 5.8 moves and run it out to the third bolt on 5.6 ground. Move up and left to the slung tree anchor. The last runout to the tree is listed on the topo as 5.9, it felt more like 5.8 to me. The 5.8 moves, however, come just before the anchor. You probably wouldn't deck from a fall here, but I would be hesitant to give it a try.