Again, I took the line to the the ledge that is located between the Block Route and the true line for U-Slot. I just aim for the v shaped notch in the overlap and blast through it. There is a good spot to place a cam about halfway up and I usually place another cam or two before making the move up through the v-notch but there isn't really anything else for pro. I would recommend going this way for those tired of the regular lines to the left and right.
I again took the line between the Block Route and U-Slot, up through the notch in the headwall. It was my mother's 57th birthday and the day's climb was her present. We climbed the Arch once on the tree ledge.
I started on the slab directly between U-Slot and the Block Route, up through some nice cam placements in flakes. The line goes directly up into a notch in the headwall. I placed a few cams underneath the notch and climbed up over the headwall to a nice belay stance on the tree ledge. The move through the notch is of equal difficulty to the block move, which is not very difficult. This line can be climbed without ever touching the Block Route or U-Slot and is much more interesting than the actual line on U-Slot.