Climb up the left side, right-rising diagonal crack, grab a few good holds and step above the bulge. Follow the crack and face to the right-angling ledge, passing a pine tree to your right. On the face above that ledge, step left from a left-facing, right-rising small corner (5.8 R direct up that corner) to reach a crack system through the bulge above. Work up easy slab and steps to a tree belay.
At a head-height inverted "V" formed by two diagonal cracks, with a single vertical crack rising from their junction.
This is about 5m right of the signature narrow 6m tall "A-frame" alcove.
Standard Adk. rack. Descend by rappel off a tree.
There is a fixed anchor on a pine tree 15m above the base of the route; as this is at the end of the most interesting part of the climb, it can be used if you don't want to bother with the rest of it.