This one requires some try-hard. A rare find, this route requires the climber to pull powerful, bouldery moves on fairly large holds for a slab climb of this grade. Crank the V8 boulder at the bottom, utilizing a crazy toe hook and undercling two finger pocket. Then work up easier slab moves to a break. It's only 5.11 to the top. Don’t blow it at the mono pocket. Originally this line was graded 5.13b, but new beta was also discovered, which may make the line closer to 5.12+ or 5.13a.
This line climbs up the center of the square buttress, beginning on a hard slab, and finishing up a slightly overhanging face left of a large birch tree.