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This area is located about .25 miles north of Keller Peak road and a half mile east of Campsite 8.

Getting There 

To get to these crags, drive .4 miles east past campsite 8 and park in a turnout on the left hand side of the road. Walk back down the road .1 miles to a stream bed and continue up the stream for about 400 yards until it starts to widen out. From there, turn left/north up a smaller stream bed to a ridge line, about 250 yards. From the ridge line walk back west 100 yards and the first formation, Four-Wheel Drive Rock, will appear. 50 yards downhill and west from Four-Wheel Drive Rock is the backside of Teetering Tower Rock. The easiest way to the base of the formation is to descend around the right/north side.

Climbing Season

For the Keller Peak area.

Weather station 4.6 miles from here

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