We heard about Butt Face (or Butt Lite) from Gripped Magazine and decided to check it out. The first pitch is a series of face moves up to a bolt. It's a bit tricky getting over to the left and up over the crux. It protects well before you have to make those moves. It then carries up onto a ledge and belay station. The next pitch is a very fun overhanging scoop of detached granite. It's only 5.8 but after hours of climbing and the 5.9 pitch it's a bit daunting. I was out of gas by then and looking up at that pitch I as shaking my head. But, I got up it and plugged in a BD#1 (I think) and then pulled over the top. It's easy travelling from there along a ramp to the trees and belay. The last pitch is just following some ramps to the top. It's a fun variation and I'd recommend it if the Buttress is too stiff or you're out of energy.
Awesome moderate line that reaches the summit! First went to Buttress's ledge but found that 10c crack intimidating so lowered back down to do Butt/Face. Good exposure at the north face with a chimney at the end. Linked with Calculus Crack (6p), Memroial Crack (1p), and finished with Joe's Dyke (2p).