We hiked this clockwise starting at the top. There's some GPS jitter in my plot.
The NE quadrant is an easy and very popular trail out to the Fire Wave feature which is roughly at the 3 o'clock position. Despite doing our best to heed "stay on the trail" markers, they are kind of sparse, there are many well-worn paths through this area, and I wasn't watching the GPS track; thus our track doesn't match the official trail. The Fire Wave feature is unique and very pretty.
From there you descend the slope down into an arroyo and follow that SW to the road crossing. It had obviously rained during the previous day or so and in two places there was standing water up to mid-shin with steep rock walls on either side so there was no choice - we just rolled up our jeans and waded through - water in the boots. Pink Canyon was very pretty. The excursion to the south at the 6 o'clock position was where we found another flooded area (which was wade-able, but still) and found a way to climb up onto the rock to go south for a ways, and then found a path down the slope to the road.
Across the road in the SW quadrant you again follow an arroyo to the NW. The least obvious part was where we briefly went west on the trail toward White Domes Slot Canyon. That seemed to be the main path, but checking the GPS showed we were off of our intended trail and we backtracked. Even so that little side trip to the west was very interesting. It went through a twisting and shoulder-wide narrow passage (also with over-the-boots standing water ... but once your socks are soaking wet, they don't get wetter).
Our intended route was not obvious because where the trail goes NNE it is clogged and obscured by boulders. Finding the path required climbing up and over these to reach another branch of the arroyo. Not too difficult, but challenging for one of our party: a hands-and-feet scramble up and over a slanted pile of angular boulders for 20 feet or so. Except for the water-wading and this little stretch, it was an easy hike. The western quadrant had lots of worth-while things to see too. We especially liked some beautiful lavender colored - and that is just the right word for the color - stretches of banded rock.
It was a mostly easy, scenic, and very enjoyable hike ... except for the wet feet. As you know this is a desert so the standing water is undoubtedly rare but also, and obviously, do not try this route if there's any chance of a flash flood: after you leave the Fire Wave feature there are many places where there is no way to climb up the side and get out of the slot.