From a stand start on small holds, establish on the face, then possibly use the small but obvious shallow pocket up high for your RH on your way to the top.
Begin from a sds direcly below #2 with your LH in the pocket. A high and powerful right heel-hook is the key to getting up into the starting holds for #2.
4. L->R Red Wall Traverse V9 sds ... FA: Peter Beal, 2002 *
On the left side of the back side of the Red Wall, above a railroad tie, start using slopers at the lip, heel-hook and pull over onto the slab.
20. Sleeper V7 sds ... FA: Will Lemaire, 2001 *
Begin from a sds with both hands on the obvious low shelf. Get to the sloping lip via an intermediate crimp and pull over as per #19. Short and burly sweetness.
Begin at the obvious protruding pebble and pull the bulge more or less straight up.
22. Guy’s Overhang V7 sds ... FA: Ted Lanzano, 2006
Begin from a low sds just down and left from the protruding cobble. With your feet out left, pull onto a crimp as a bizarre undercling, do an improbable-looking LH crossover behind you to the protruding cobble, uncoil, match and then top out via #21. The LH crossover unlocked the sequence for the first ascent, but until you've done this move, it will seem quite strange and inconceivable.
23. Surf and Turf V6/7 sds ... FA: Peter Jones, 2005/6