Directly opposite Happy Acres. A south-facing wall that gets sun in the late winter months.
Hike up toward the saddle as for Happy Acres and look directly right. There is a hidden little alcove with a good size boulder up and to the right. THese climbs are in that hidden alcove.
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BETA PHOTO: Hide-and-Seek crag (from Happy Acres)
|Comments on Hide-and-Seek Crag
From: Las Vegas NV
Jan 3, 2008
Must be an oven in the summer yet...
today, two (very short) days into the year,
it was sunny and warm :)
Fun and user-friendly.
Well worth the stop on your way to or from 'Cut your teeth'
|By Brian Waller|
May 22, 2008
Once you're at Happy Acres go just past the group of pines in the middle of the canyon. With a large boulder at the mouth of the
alcove(on the right), the wall is hard to miss.