This small crag was developed during the winter and spring of 2009. Although very limited in size, the quality of the rock and climbing makes it worth a visit. The relatively short approach doesn’t hurt, either. Expect quality stone (Grandfather-style) and mostly well protected climbing. The routes tend to be short but sustained. The crag stays shaded most of the day. There is some cool undeveloped bouldering potential down here for someone willing to clean rocks and trim rhodos.
Walk east past the metal gate for about 0.8 miles. You will go through 2 fields and a down a steep section through some rhodos. The trail will get a bit flatter as you gain the ridge. Soon, the trail gets steep for the second time, and there will be some small boulders sticking up out of the trail. These are the first boulders actually in the trail. Shortly after this will be a large dead/rotten tree parallel to the trail on the left, hopefully with a cairn. Turn left here and follow the trail 300’ down to the crag. The gully will come in at the far right.
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