Williamson Rock is under a temporary closure to all recreational uses, including climbing, pursuant to a ruling by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that the area is critical habitat for the endangered yellow-legged mountain frog. Efforts by the non-profit organization Friends of Williamson Rock, in conjunction with the U.S. Forest Service, are underway to regain climbing access to Williamson. For information on the status of these efforts, and to learn how you can help, contact the Friends of Williamson Rock: williamsonrock.org
This information is a public crowdsourcing effort between the Access Fund,
and Mountain Project. You should confirm closures, restrictions, and/or related dates.
The Rambling Wall is the eastern end of the massive ridge of rock that contains Blue Velmet, Butcher Block, Epitaph, and the Rambling Walls. Ramblin Wall - South as the name implies is the south face of this formation. It is really the northern most formation at Williamson Rock.
From the Waterfall Wall hike uphill toward The Pyramid. At the base of the slabs below between the Tombstone (on the left) and the Epitaph (right) scramble around the right side of the steep slab by formation on the right.