BETA PHOTO: Topo of Table Rock. From left to right: Squeeze J...
Many crack climbs on an obvious (but somehow overlooked) wall. Features two really good cracks, two decent offwidth/chimneys, and 4 or 5 seams and flares that I can't even speculate on.
From the gazebo in Central Vedauwoo, start walking as if you're heading for Fall Wall. On the way, you'll encounter a 20 foot tall wall that stretches some 150 feet from the VD boulder to its eastern terminus.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Table Rock:
A dead vertical crack in a shallow changing corner. Start with some casual slopers to a tight hands jam, then climb the crack from tight hands to tips at the top. Face features keep it casual. Short enough to boulder, just barely, but easily top roped, or led on a few pieces....[more]Browse More Classics in WY
Truth to tell, I know a ton of people who've wondered after this area, and the Pearl is truly a sweet problem. If you haven't done it yet, you need to. I was hoping, by posting these problems with ad hoc names, to get somebody who did do a first ascent to stand up and give some info. If these ever show up in a real guidebook, they should be listed as "unknown" until the real names are known.