The Whitewater Wall offers the largest concentration of high quality, single pitch routes on the peninsula. Another selling points is its easy access, specifically the fact that a rappel entrance is not required. The deal clincher is the huge ledge at the cliff base that makes route access, and lounging between climbs, a real pleasure.
Routes here are 45-50m long, so two ropes are handy for the descent if not topping out.
From the campground, head west towards the sea. Once at the cliff top, follow the rim ~100 yds north to a large cairn, where you should be able to identify a 3rd class descent route. Follow this about half-way to the sea, then turn right (south) and follow large blocks to a down-climb in a dihedral that leads to the massive terrace below Whitewater Wall. The wall is easily identified by a long, diagonal dike that bisects the wall. This is the classic, "Apline".