simple classic bouldering problem that begins with a sit start, follows up the 45 degree overhang then works it's way up to a horn out cropping half way up. From here cross over to the adjacent wall with the large pocket (large enough to sit in) and then work your way up the flake just over your head. Follow the flake from lower right to upper left and end up with a heel hook on the previous horn, two more moves and you are done, somewhat topping out on a bit of slick mud just above your original start point.
you know you are at the right start point if you look at a small tree that is on the riverside of the problem and you can faintly read 'milikisi' scratched into the bark. So much for 'leave no trace.'
finally hit the last two moves of the flake, this is a problem that several people have been working on, from the sit start to half way up is fairly regular and is blessed with great holds for an overhang, from the large pocket on the adjacent wall to the flake and eventually the top out has been a real pain in the neck.