Follow crack straight up past the blocky start, then hand traverse to the right, then pull up to a vertical finger crack that leads up to the tree, then up a left-slanting flake just up and left from the tree. Step right to a nice sit-down ledge with good cracks to set topside belay. Rated 5.10a/b in the Singer guidebook.
Scramble down the backside and traverse over to the safety of the loose, mulchy slope.
The crux for me was the slanting fist crack close to the bottom. The Singer guidebook says this crag does not see much traffic - I guess the reason is the approach is lots of loose sand, boulders and pinecones. I only brought one #3 BD - wished I'd brought more.