This wall is fun mainly for one reason: it is way off the beaten path and you may never see anyone at this wall. So, when you get tired of the crowds at Wall of the ‘90s or High Wire, take a short hike up the hill and come to this beautiful sanctuary. It is higher in the canyon and offers great views. All of the climbs here are bolted slab routes, the best of which is probably Paper Tiger (5.10b). The wall is newly developed, so there are still a lot of flakes and crumbly rock that may clean up one day. The wall faces east and gets morning sun and afternoon shade.
Approach: Drive 7.7 miles up canyon and park in a dirt pullout on the south (left) side of the road. Cross the road and hike west along the road passing a guardrail and finding a drainage gully up to the right. Hike about 100 feet up the gully up and right, then take a solid right and hike east past a small ridge. When you are about level with the parking lot again, find a gully and take this uphill until finding the cliff on your left.