Mostly a chimney climb, the crux is the first 15 ft where you stem up on good face holds before squeezing yourself into a narrow constriction. Wriggle your way through the constriction to a rest ledge. from here, the chimney opens up and contains more face holds, making it a bit easier to climb. The back of the crack is slightly dirty, especially after a rain as this is one of the run-off routes for the large ledge above.
A #2 camelot or equivalent protects the early crux. Large cams can be placed at various points on the short route, and there are a few placements for nuts/smaller cams. No fixed anchor so bring small nuts and cams to set one up.