Well worth climbing - scrappy in the middle, but with an excellent start and a feisty finish. The lower wall and the top out both attract seepage; wait for dry conditions. The 1995 guide description is reasonable; a few details follow in clarification.
An in-situ thread currently (2015) marks the way up the lower wall (move rightwards past it to a hidden hold). On the grassy ledge, step up right past a staple bolt, then climb the slight groove just beyond it with a twisted wire in the flowstone for protection. The finish is onto the ledge, just to the left of the protruding nose at the top.
Pat Littlejohn, Ed Grindley 30/Jun/1968