Wall just up and right a little from where the approach trail meets up with the crags. The main part of the wall is about 130 feet tall and identified by a couple of blocky chimneys that lead up to a tiered roof that cuts across the cliff at mid height. The left chimney line that gains a hand and off-width crack above the roofs is the Madara-Damp Route. The right one with a bolted anchor up high is a project in the process of being cleaned. Further to the right, reached by a little scramble, there are a couple old funky bolts to the right of a big hanging corner that are from an apparently abandoned project.. Just right of them is a crack with a new anchor that is getting cleaned out. With a bunch more cleaning and death blocks removed, this will eventually be a good crag. If you decide to get on it in its current condition, wear your helmet and tread carefully.
When you walk up the approach trail, the first cliff band you come to is short and quite vegetated. Follow the cliff about 150 feet to the right, where it becomes taller, to get to where the current climbs are situated. The cliff is about 130 feet tall here with a series of blocky roofs starting about 40 ft. up.