Begin in a rotten looking corner with orange and white stone. Hard moves off the ground lead to a series of large holes and crevices for the first two bolts. Climb out of the comfy holes up to a pair of large huecos about two feet apart from eachother. Conveniently the right hueco has a large handle at the top of it. Clip the next bolt from the huecos then launch into the crux, a cryptic boulder problem with fingerlocks, imperceptible crimps, and slopers. Most clip the next bolt after finishing the crux when it is at your waist. After the crux there are a couple of no hands rests that can be had before launching into the next 60'+ of climbing which includes a tough v4ish mini crux at the seventh or eighth bolt. Climb thin techy rock to the anchors. Be wary of a "loose" flake at the last moves below the anchors, pulling in a foolish manner may dislodge this useful foothold.