I didn't see this route included anywhere, so I figured I would add it. This makes for a fun, solo ridge scramble or perhaps a cumbersome roped climb, though I'm sure you could sew it up. This essentially follows the south ridge line: up and over the first buttress, along the connecting ridge, and then up and over the second buttress.
I started my hike at the intersection of the Mule Deer Trail where it crosses Gap Road and started hiking North. After a hundred yards or so, the trail takes a sharp, downhill left turn. Instead of taking that turn, I continued straight up the hill for another 25 minutes or so until the terrain gives way to the first buttress. From there, just simply follow the ridge.