This area actually starts at the parking and extends up into the canyon itself so the tempurature can be a lot cooler at he bouldersin the canyon than others in the foothills. Some good problems but fairly dispersed. Most of the problems seemed to be pretty close to the main trail that goes up to the Tramway Trail and up on into the canyon.
Where Tramway Blvd bends from east-west to north-south turn north-east onto FR 333. After the second cattle guard pay your day use fee, $3, and take the first right. Drive to the end of the road and park or turn right and park at one of the areas on the areas on the left.
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