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Towering walls of choss line the lower reaches of the canyon along the drive into the trailhead; there are very few appealing prospects and most will wisely continue on to the good rock up the trail. However, these crumbling bands do yield some unique formations with wild gargoyle ridges, arches, and shallow caves.

Getting There 

Follow the driving directions for the main canyon in the overview. This area is simply a catch-all for anything found before the trailhead.

Climbing Season

For the Sheridan Area area.

Weather station 1.7 miles from here

2 Total Routes

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