This is a fairly solid climb, but one that lacks the large holds and easy gear placements that others at this crag have. The climb is more of a face climb than some of the others. It is still relatively easy and a good solo, however.
Start out just down and right of the sole evergreen at the base of the South Face, climbing just to the right of a blocky overhang. Pull up onto a solid slab of rock, staying left of the small, right-facing, flake system that is the climb 'Sneezy' and climb up and very slightly left. Reach the summit after passing a slight bulge a move below the top via a flake/shallow corner on its right side.
This climb ascends the off-vertical South face up the center of the most prominent slab of stone there, starting just down and right of an evergreen tree. See the crag beta photo.
A light standard rack should be able to get a few placements.