This hardman’s wall is home to two classic 5.13s that will surely feed your appetite for technical face climbing. Despite being so close to the road, it’s not the easiest wall to get to considering the creek crossing and the scrambling needed to get to the base. Regardless, Stuffed Wolf is one of the best 5.13s in the canyon, and at 13b, it is earns every bit of the grade. This wall faces northwest and gets shade most of the first part of the day and sun in the afternoon.
Approach: Drive 8.7 miles up the canyon and park in a large dirt pullout on the south (left) side of the road. There is an ice bridge that forms in the winter, or wade the creek in the shallowest spot you can find during low water. After crossing the creek, scramble up to the right side of the wall through fourth to easy fifth class terrain to get to the base of the routes.