This is the cliff line to the right of where the gully meats up with the main cliff. The wall gets taller the further right you move, in places up to 40-50 feet. In places the rock is immaculate and others it is complete choss. Chances are you will not see other climbers up here. There are a few bolted TR anchors along the cliff top and a couple of bolted routes, more will go in in time, several lines have been TR'ed with an eye towards making them lead routes.
This is an area that if you are going to climb mainly here you might want to drive up the main road around the hairpin at the back of the valley then when the road levels out find a place to park on the left side of the road. This will put you very close to the top of the cliff. With some looking you can find a way to scramble down or rap in and after your last route just top out and clean your rap anchor.
Otherwise it is probably easiest to hike up the gully till you can see the main cliff band. Then work your way up and right to meet the cliff as the routes start a bit right of the back of the gully.