To begin this route, approximatively 60 feet in height, one must first reach the first foot hold, roughly a metre from ground. Then, as there are no real "holds" upon the rock for a section, pinch the narrow chimney which juts out from the rock -- roughly two odd feet in width.
Find your way to the three small cracks to your left, using reverse finger locking and hand jamming and an obscure bunch of foot holds, continue upward.
As your left hand resides in a jam at the third and highest of "small-cracks," flag your left foot behind your right calf (attached to a sturdily placed right foot) and smear. This is not in vain; it is in preparation for the dyno.
At this point, dyno with your right hand to the large sloper to your left. Match hands. From this point onward, the top-out is relatively easy. You will figure it out.
Although not officially rated, this route has been said to be as high as an 11a. I am not one to speculate, nor to disagree, for I have little to no grading experience to be the wiser.