The route starts up the obvious diagonal crack up the left side of the face. Your belayer can stand on the first ledge up from the trail. The crux is the 10ft section or so which is significantly more vertical than the rest of the pitch, and there is a ledge if you want to catch your breath before finishing up and take in the great view. Try to put in a cam right before you get on the ledge so when you finish up on the right, the move is protected (even though it's easy).
Follow the path to get there, it'll be on your right. To descend (without leaving gear), clean your anchor and walk climbers left until you see an obvious channel in the rock. Scramble down (4th class). It should be marked by a cairn.
Take camalots to size 2 and nuts. Make sure you have doubles of your 2 since you'll need to build an anchor at the top in the big boulder. Some smaller cams may be useful, but if you're skilled with nut placement they won't be necessary.