malosch:Dihedral Going up the dihedral, there are some good pockets in the crack which you can utilize with your left. Traverse Traversing left on the rail, I found it works best having my left food far out and then matching the rail/undercling. After that, I move my right foot out of the corner to a good chip beneath the rail. My left hand goes further left to a good undercling. Pull in as best as you can and cross the right hand to a jug. Powerful. Try to find some rest before tackling the lip. Lip Find a good high left foothold and use the to your right with both hands until you find a position where you can rock over your left foot. Swap right hand to a mantle to free your left hand and reach for the arete/jug.
Fun! The crux is a couple of powerful moves stemming up into a slightly overhung dihedral, traversing out left using an undercling rail to reach for a good jug on the arete, and getting over the lip right below the anchor.
Very interesting climb for the grade and location. A series of boulder problems between good rests make this climb worth doing. Having good crack technique is an advantage while moving out and left through the overhanding underclings to reach the arete. Saves some energy for a hard pull above the roof. This climb is good if you are a little short on endurance but have plenty of power to spare.