Sit start with the left-hand low on the sloping arete and with the right hand on a large undercling feature a few feet right of the arete. Pull on to the wall and slap up the arete a few times before bumping the right hand to another undercling or sidepull. A few tenuous moves gains jugs at the lip of the boulder and an easy topout.
Hint: Think Thumb-catch.
This problem is on the rightside of the downhill arete on the boulder. From this side of the boulder, one can see the uphill side of the Block Boulder.
2 pads. The landing is a bit uneven and there is a drop off about 5 feet behind this climb, but most of the falls are safe.