About 7 or 8 years ago, on the far right side of slick rock proper one can see 2 prominant huge cracks at the top 1/3 of the crag. We climbed a route more or less staight up from the bottom to these double cracks then up to the top via the left crack, leaving no fixed gear but passing some slings and couple fixed stoppers. It was in the 5.7 range or so, full standard rack to 5" and double ropes were handy. I know we were not the first on this line.
As of 25 Oct 13, the Ponderosa State Park was closed. Gravity Sports provided us a topo for the Regular Route after asking nicely.
Key piece of beta for the regular route is to find the short left facing corner. Send it, work your way up and right, look for a pod and the shuts or bypass them and move back left (extremely run out), and the up to build a belay near the small pine tree.
I think the term run out or R is used way to loosely in this area. I thought the memorial route was extremely overbolted. And very soft for 5.8. (Not that the grade matters) if you are looking to move over a lot of rock in McCall don't be intimitaded by the slick rock. PS IMO, 90 % of these bolts are redundant as the face could protect naturally with healthy run outs over easy (5.5) terrain. Not to mention that these bolts could be used in more development further up the road!