This little wall has some fun moderate climbs on one side, and hard test-pieces on the other, with solid stone all around. The best route and the most intriguing is the arête called, AAA. The routes named, A1, A2, and A3, are the original and unknown routes on the wall, which are mostly sparsely bolted mixed lines. Mark Anderson rediscovered this wall in the winter of 2015 and bolted some seriously hard climbs, including some 5.13’s. If you hate crowds and like short, bouldery routes, this is your wall. The climbs on the north face get shade most of the day, and the west and south faces will get sun in the afternoon.
Approach: This wall is directly across the canyon as New Hipster Rock. Park a few hundred yards west of tunnel one either at the Sports Wall parking area or the Ghost Crag parking area if the parking area is not closed for the seasonal raptor closure. Cross the creek where you can find a good place to get across. Using the bridge is not permitted. Start your approach down and right of the wall on the opposite side of the bridge, and traverse the loose hillside up and then to the left. 20 min