Step out from the ledge and climb up right to the first bolt. Above, climb the grey slab with perfect grey limestone, using balance and footwork in typical slab fashion. Mostly easy with some thoughtfulness as it trends right in the middle of the climb.
Look for a ledge with a juniper below a nice-looking grey face. Two routes (as of Dec. 2011) climb from the right side of the ledge. This is the right hand of the two, with shiny stainless steel bolts. It's about 20 yards left of the two rightmost routes. You will need to scramble up to the ledge from the trail below and it seems easiest to do so from the far right of the climbs.
6 or 7 bolts to anchor.