Start off of a rock to avoid getting mud on your climbing shoes. Campus through the first few moves until you can get your feet on, then continue onto the ledge. This ledge is a good resting place before you embark on the serious end of the climb. Clip the draw on the roof before you leave the ledge. From a huge flake bust out a dynamic reach to a slopey ledge to begin the crux. With some interesting foot beta continue through slopers until you reach the a good resting hold at about 25 feet. From here, the climbing is easier, but you'll be dealing with the pump from the moves below.
Note: The crux is proving to be height dependent