Start by the up turned rock needle which just past the fallen tree at the bottom of the dip.
P1: 4a - Climb the obvious corner (dirty and a bit loose) until reaching better rock (and a belay).
P2: 4c - Difficult route finding (cracks both left and right) heads for a massive crack with large crystal holds within, eventually narrowing to a ledge and tree belay.
P1 and P2 can be run together.
P3: 4b - More straightforward climbing up the big crack (large gear required) leads to a ledge and another tree belay.
P4: 5a - Place gear up high and attentive belay to prevent risk of a ground fall. A difficult start (layback and then bridge) yields to more straightforward climbing to a tree belay and a short walk off to the path.
The final pitch can be avoided with a scramble right around and up.