||Best approach is to come up the Saddle Trail, cross the summit, and go along the Ridge Trail for 10 minutes, past the access trail to the Reflector Oven.
Just a few meters north of where the Ridge Trail turns from east to heading north, the trail goes along the west edge of a large gently-angled slab. Down at the southeast corner of the slab is a climber's trail heading east downhill, which quickly splits - stay to the left (the right fork is the approach from above to the various sections of God Crag). Bushwhack as best you can - severe thunderstorms in the spring of 2007 bent over a lot of saplings, blocking sections of the climber's trail. Continue downhill, staying relatively close to the exposed rock on your left, past a small wall with vegetated gullies, to the base of the obvious bigger slab. Just past the rather open, left-facing, dihedral that is the start of "Crab Walk"/"Pincer Perfect", the bottom of the wall is severely undercut, forming an open tunnel tall enough to walk in.