This small crag has a 5.11 face climb on the far (climber's) left, which I believe was first bagged by Kevin Brown. Currently, I don't think there is an anchor on top, so you have to scramble (not recommended) or rappel from a tree. The face of the crag that overlooks the road touts several auspicious cracks, the leftmost being the hardest and most aesthetic. The aforementioned crack climb is actually quite fierce, and can be likened to bouldering with a rack and rope. Still, the climbing is sustained, steep, and variedall in a mere 25-30 feet.
The fissures accept a wide range of gear, and since they are not very long, you can make a fairly accurate appraisal of the cracks from the ground. Fingers to wide hands should protect everything.