This is a face climb next to a faint prow on the Uninspiring Wall area. A thin crack climbs to 15 or so feet and offers a zipper piece placement (probably your smallest cam). Continue climbing the runout face on frictiony rock with tiny face holds. Turn left under a blocky top (crux) and head towards a tree that makes for a good, quick anchor.
Descend by walking off back from the tree down a sloping, bushy ledge to the trail along the base of the wall (see picture).
Follow the Hawk & Eagle approach listed for the Uninspiring Wall route posted by Clint Locks. Cracker Jack is a face climb next to a faint prow on the Uninspiring Wall.
This is slightly runout. Bring a light rack of small cams and nuts. Use the tree for an anchor.