The view south from the top of the North Buttress ...
This great area is good for sport and trad climbing. The trad climbing here is relativly easy and a few sport routes that are somewhat challenging. This place has exhilerating veiws with only a short drive from Pinedale.
From Pinedale follow the Skyline drive road north for about 12 miles. There is a large paved pullout on the left side of the road. Walk about a 1/4 mile north up the road and you will find a clearing on the rght side. Take this and the rocks will come into veiw atop the hill. You will drop down and then back up. There is no established trail.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Lizard Rocks/Honzel and Grettel:
Bolted slab route following double water grooves and ending on a ledge with a 2 bolt rap anchor. edging down low leads to delicate friction above. Fun, but still needs a little traffic!...[more]Browse More Classics in WY
Nasty chossy crumbly rock. The holds just fell apart underneath my feet. And (at least on Vultures & Co and Donkey Days) the bolts are placed so that a short climber has to do the hard move BEFORE clipping. Unsafe and not nice.
Big pile o' choss. Like MH said above, the rock just crumbled underneath are feet and the bolting was not intelligently thought out. We were in WY on vacation and were sorry we wasted the time to go here. If you're in the area for a day and need somewhere to go, choose Stonehenge instead...higher quality rock and climbing