North facing climbing across the river from the trade routes. In mid-August, routes are already in shade a little after noon. It can be a bit dirty climbing with lichen, but is surprisingly good. If you are over here, you are looking for some adventure. This is the way "the cliffs" used to be, with a little extra lichen. Build your own anchors up top. Do this mostly by equalizing sage brush. You can luck out and get some solid natural pro in at the top of some routes.
Follow the approach towards Green Acres/The Darkside. Instead of continuing onto single track to the base of Green Acres, cut down the talus field as you are already on top of the Rodeo Flip Wall. Follow directions in Sandy Epeldi's book.