Irok is the solid-looking piece of rock uphill on the west side of the creek behind Wannabe Wall. The route names reference the Iraq War like Kick Their Ass and Take Their Gas. The routes on the upper right side of the wall have a two-bolt belay anchor. The left side of the wall holds a few fun and hard 5.12s that start with some steep climbing for the first part and ease up to a slab finish. The crag is a worthy venture for people looking for a secluded wall. It also gets sun during the first part of the day.
Approach: Drive just past Tunnel 2, going 6.5 miles up canyon, and park immediately on the left in a large pullout as for Wall of the ‘90s. Walk along the river, going past the Wall of the ‘90s left-hand turnoff. Head down a scree slope to the river, and spot a steel cable going across the river. The steel tyrol will trash a carabiner, so either bring a junk biner, steel carabiner, or better yet, a pulley. Once across the river, walk south/downstream past Wannabe Wall (p127) to find a faint uphill trail that switchbacks up to the wall.