Super tricky crux. The Dixie lists it as a 12a "because of broken holds". If you climb directly up where the bolts are it might be an 11a but definitely not a 12! Going right a few feet gives the needed small holds to make it a 10b. Redpointed the 10b variation and top roped the 11a.
not really an obvious line. just something someone threw bolts in. there is a sequence though but extremely bad clipping stances. if you dont get the second bolt clipped you can deck onto a slanted slab which would suck. once you get through the 4rth bolt you have to traverse far right to the next routes anchors as this route has none of its own. not a climb id recommend.