Rodents ate the hand-drawn topo that used to be in the bucket up there, so crag photo provided below. All routes are accessed by rapping in - bring a jumar. Cold temps, sticky rubber, and good skin are essential! Most routes are still projects here. Contact Matt if you want beta or a catch.
This wall is the diagonal, flat-looking face at the top of the hill above the Bayon, visible from the highway and at certain points along the creek. The climbing is pretty condition-dependent, so here are some tips to save you from hiking in and shredding your skin or otherwise just having a bad time:
• The wall gets morning sun and afternoon shade.
• It's relatively exposed and almost always gets strong wind, even when it's calm on the hike in.
• Even in a light rain, the top of the wall will get wet. Keep in mind that this is your entry/exit route and it's presumably not a great place to be if there's a chance of lightning.
• Just about all chalk will wash off the routes after a day of rain.
• If you don't know what antihydral is or you're not a masochist, this might not be the crag for you.
Take the trail on the right side of the Bayon up the hill, following the pink flagging tape and vague trail. Once you get to a short wall of blue limestone, hike to the right until you can go up again. Stop once you can't hike upward any more and have reached a little clearing. Approach time is about 45-60 mins from the parking lot.
GPS track to crag.
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