BETA PHOTO: This is the boulder with graffiti on the bottom,
This is the 15 foot high boulder that is the only consistently overhung boulder across the river from the bolted routes of Squaw Cliff proper.
There is a very tough section that heads directly up the face of this not so featured rock on the face heading towards the highway, probably in the V8-V10 rating. On the right side, there are some short juggy routes that allow two or three move routes. The left side is home of one arete route that's V3.
Downclimb off the left, which is a simple, but slippery slab.
The base of this rock will probably be under water if the stream is up in the winter, so be mindful.
Estimate approach time: 2 minutes.
From the pullout for the main rock, head downhill and slightly downstream. It looks like a tooth, and is pretty close to the water.