This is a south-facing wall, so it gets quite a bit of sun. It is a beautiful setting right above Mill Creek/Mill Creek Falls. I believe 12 of the 15 bolted routes here were bolted by Antoine Savelli in the late eighties, then re-bolted recently (Jim Hurst has bolted a few routes here as well). The difficulty ranges from 5.9-5.13 b/c. There are at least a few trad lines as well; however, I do not know the difficulty of these. The rock quality is ok in some spots, but there are loose pieces, some large, so be very careful to stay off to the side when belaying. This is typical of the Dakota Sandstone in the area. Some holds may need to be cleaned with a brush, as this crag does not see very much activity, perhaps due to its semi-secluded location.
Drive one mile out of the town heading west (Telluride), and across from the gas station make a right on to Mill Creek Road (637). Continue up and west, then it switchbacks east. Park at the Mill Creek/Deep Creek trailhead. Head up the trail, cross the bridge, and head up to the wall. Approach time is approximately 20-30 minutes from the trailhead.