Wander up a series of cracks and interesting face holds to a belay near a small bush. This pitch involves a little bush battling, otherwise it has exceptional climbing. Continue up using the crack in the left-facing corner, face holds, and the crack you have in front of you leaving the belay. This pitch is quite long and very enjoyable I thought. The third pitch climbs up easy terrain to a prominent ledge where it is possible to descend to the climber's right down a large gully.
This climb is actually over near the Bear Tooth according to a photo of Tony Bubb's. There are a few climbs in the area of the pillar leaning on the farthest right slab. I am not sure about any of that FA info, but I am pretty sure we did a new route. If not, someone is welcome to correct me and provide additional beta for the area.... I would appreciate it!
The gear on this climb is exceptional. Bring a double rack in hand and fist sizes if 5.7 is near your limit.