Worth making the hike to the End of the Road if you want seclusion. The Proctologist and Women's Work are both excellent routes. The rock is a little grainy but offers a number of descent cracks.
Best approached by following the trail to Reynold's then hanging a right after the log bridge. Follow the trail that skirts the creek on its left side past Muscle and Fitness. When the creek bends off to the right you'll see End of the Road Rock. To hit up a great boulder (finger crack) problem follow the trail that heads left up the valley. Walk through some dense aspen until you reach an opening and Old Dog's New Trick will be to your right.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for End of the Road Rock:
Classic Sandbag. Slightly overhanging, thin fingers to hands up top. Start off the top of the obvious block in the corridor. The flare makes for good feet in the crack, all the edges on the outside just break away. The name is making fun of a couple of spraymasters who were sandbagged on the line, then laughed at because they couldn't even do women's work. ...[more]Browse More Classics in WY
Another approach is to take 700B (after the Crow Creek crossing on FS Road 700), and follow it down to 700BD, then follow 700BD all the way down the end of the road. High clearance and moderate rough road skill is ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL for this approach. Four wheel drive might be very useful as well. Driving in is definitely the easy way to get here, but don't get cocky, the last 1/2 mile is downhill, and the most rugged part of the road. It would be easy to get stuck if you don't know what you're doing.
The way that we have always approached it is from the road that is just slightly north of where the Vedauwoo Road crosses Crow Creek. I think it is 700B? Then maybe a left on 700BA? Can't seem to remember the letters, they are all so similar. Despite its otherwise lack of worth, the Orenzak book actually has pretty good driving directions to get to the base of the crag.
Brian, when were you up there last? We were up there last Sunday.
I'm pretty sure that we didn't. Never know though. Our biners generally have purple paint on one side and green paint on the other. Also, the little tags on the runners (i.e. the little black tags that tell if the sling is a Mammut, etc.) have green thread sewn into them.
I can never keep track of the roads back there. I always think I am going the wrong way, but it works out. Great little camp spot at the top of the hill, just before you go down the last rougher stretch of road.