The trailhead starts at a sign that says "No trespassing," but the trail is fairly busy and the owners have no problem with hikers/climbers going through.
The bottom half is pretty quick, using the deep cracks. Once you are on top of that section, you reach for an undercling with your right hand, and then move your body far left and crimp the vein-like grooves running down the wall. Climb the upper slab using little parallel vertical edges for both hands. Wide reaches. Move feet up and then reach for slopers at the top, then top out.
Route is directly in front of the path leading up to the wall. It is to the left of 'Broken Tooth Brush' and the vines hanging down, on the first clean section of rock. Upper section is green with moss, while the bottom is gray, solid rock.
Can either by top roped or a high boulder problem. If bouldering, you need a good crash pad. The landing of the climb is at the top of a hill, so it is pretty dangerous. You should have spotters. It is unbolted, but can be top-roped with a very large tree (3 ft diameter) above the route. Probably better to work on higher moves on top-rope first to minimize long falls. Need a lot of webbing to reach around the tree and back to the wall.