Easy climbing leads to a sandy ledge where the routes diverge. With some interesting moves, you gain an even larger, sandy ledge where the dihedral begins. From here, the climb sews up nicely, making for a speedy ascent. It is more of a face climb here than a crack climb. This route may have gotten its name from some of the loose rock that surprises your belayer. The crux is a small roof pull (5.7) followed by a short traverse to the Heart Attack (5.4) exit. If you don't figure out the moves here, you might mumble something about bags full of sand. Note: the Ruckman guide rates Meteor Shower as 5.8.
All routes on the Heart Wall share the same easy start directly under the big, right-facing dihedral. Meteor Shower climbs the dihedral. Walk off to the west between the Heart and Guano Walls.
Standard rack, doubles of red and gold camalots are nice. A #4 camalot protects the crux. No fixed gear; no anchors at the top.