A south-facing slab with a good landing and a walk-off topout. Should clean up nicely after it sees more travel. It has a noticable diagonal seam on the left side of the face and two deep two-finger pockets to the right of that.
Cross the creek at the Milton Boulder and locate the climbing access trail at the base of the large wall. Hike uphill on the trail for about 6-8 minutes. This elusive slab is about 20 yards west of the trail.
Good to see something in Eldo I haven't seen before, even if it is a slab ... j/k Misha!
Anyway, at this point I would be very cautious claiming FAs anywhere near Eldorado Canyon State Park. People have been consistently hiking off trail all over western edge of Eldo for decades putting problems up in the most obscure places that are not in any guide. There are several hundred problems back there, some as far as 3 miles from the car and WAY WAY off-trail. Something as close as you are describing would give me pause and wonder whether someone sans pad and brush might have done them quickly and moved on. In the end, we may never know.
JSherman, CLantz, BHoran, CRuckgraber, MBrooks, JBaldwin, PZoller, NHarris, WLeMaire, PJones, AFrederick, MKarasik, TLanzano, MSamet, JEmerson, RSayers and many MaNy MANY others I'm forgetting have all been active back there and most of those guys will climb ANYTHING and EVERYTHING. It would take a masterful effort to compile it all into a usable format.
That said, don't get me wrong. There are still FAs to be had in and around ECSP, you just have to know how FAR from the car to go and WHERE to look. Get in with THAT crowd and you'll have your eyes opened to a whole new world this winter.
It's possible that this has been climbed on before, but we definitely cleaned years worth of lichen off of these routes. I'm just trying to document something that has seen very little, if any, traffic. If anyone knows of prior FAs, let me know.