The landing for your belay buddy offers a place to sit. From the of the route there are descent hand holds. If possible rap down first and brush out alot of the cracks and obvious hand holds. Work up the route to the left and some simple lay backs will eventually get you to a rest spot in a big crack about 2/3 up the way up the rock. The crux moves are about two feet off the ground when trying to get started. Cleaning the route can greatly help you hold your grip until you get your footing. The hardest move of the route is about half was up when moving left. Hand holds begin to slope and the slight over hanging angle of the rock makes this a bit tricky. Cleaning in the this area of the rock can offer more hand holds because the amount of spider nests in some smaller huecos.
The route is the bottom of the High Wall. Start about 10 feet from the left of the large rock blocking the path.
Anchor to the large rock on top of the High Wall. With long enough slings this also be used for additional routes.