This large south facing triangular shaped wall looms high above Icicle Creek and can easily be identified from it's namesake campground. The long approach keeps the crowds away but this area may well be worth exploring.
There is no well defined trail. The best bet may be to start uphill in the drainage just before the campground.
Climbed a known route up there in the late 90s. It was listed in the old Leavenworth Rock guide as 5.7. I know we got off route and had to do a pendulum to get back on. We were climbing past a lot of bail off gear up the path of least resistance. My partner knocked off a beach ball size boulder that thundered down the valley. I hoped that it didnt kill my dog that I left on ledges before the approach became 5th class. The last two or three pitches up the huge slab corner were amazing. We climbed to a ledge before the final headwall and descended slabs to the NE. All in all a very adventurous climb that took us 16 hours road to road. Dont know if I'll ever get back up there. There are so many places like that.