Little is known about the history of this wall other than the fact that it is home to a few moderate to hard routes with some unfinished/abandoned projects mixed in. The rock is generally crumbly and fractured, but the routes are worth checking out. Bring a helmet, there is loose rock, with traffic and time this will improve. This wall faces east and receives morning sun with some nice afternoon shade.
Approach: To get here, drive 6.8 miles up the canyon and park just west of Tunnel 3 on the south side of the road. From the parking area, look up to the northwest and spot this crag on the hillside. There is not a great way to get here, but the best way is to hike just west of the parking area for a couple hundred feet to get to a bridge and the Elk Creek drainage. Scramble up the creek and then cut back to the right to get out of it. From here, continue uphill to the left slightly to get to the wall.