A large batholith with single and two pitch routes on very clean granite. The south side has seen most of the development. Collins/White Lander Rock has information on many of the older established routes, but there are quite a few newer routes not in that guide.
The only legal approach is through Agate Flats road and behind Lankin Dome, passing through Point of Rocks, and then continuing on to the GSF. You pass by Haystack on the way there.
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The Name of the Wind 5.12c Trad, 1 pitch, 45 feet
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A short, burly crack with 3 distinct sections. Begin in an overhanging A-frame and execute a funky boulder problem on flared hands and a knee bar to gain a jug in the crack. Next hand traverse out a welded seam, following 2 bolts. This is the technical crux, and is crimpy with sequential feet. The third part of the route is a very flared hand crack with crappy thin hand jambs and slippery feet. ...[more] Browse More Classics in WY