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Climb the less-than-vertical, rounded arete with thin slab features. The crux is at mid-height. There's more than one way to climb this one; the grade depends on which side of the arete you climb.
On the Little Agassiz Rock, this is the westernmost arete that faces the main loop trail.
There is a single glue-in bolt for toproping this and other routes on the boulder. A pad and spotter will suffice for most boulderers, because the rock ain't that tall.