A LOT of work to be done in this area. With the attention of a few dedicated climbers, this area could be a very impressive climbing destination. A 1/4 mile long wall ranging from 75 to 100 feet of climbable rock. Top roping is a good idea for anyone coming here for the first time, as there is still a lot of loose rock and even moss that may jeopardize your pro placements. When setting up a TR, stay on trails or clearly solid areas. Numerous crevasses are hidden by fallen foliage and years of small brush growth. Just be careful, and be sure to record your first ascents!
It's easier to look at a satellite image rather than describe the roads you need to follow. Beginning of the rocks and parking area are marked by an oil derrick, dirt lot, and large burnt overhanging boulder.
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