This bolted marble face is directly above the Blue Marble Wall and has 7 climbs on it. Six of the Climbs are 75' - 85' long and the other one goes about half way. There are 3 - 5.11's, 3 - 5.10's and a 5.9. Since this north facing wall is above most tree tops the sun starts warming it by 3 p.m. when there is high summer sun.
From the base of the Blue Marble Wall go right (west) to the end of the outcrop and follow a trail skirting the edge of the steep rock and angling to the left eventually gaining access to the short #3 ledge which is beside a cave/rat's nest. See via ferrata photo for this cave. Climb down the angling via ferrata to ledge #2 and find the climb you want. There are welded coldshuts for each belay station from this leadge.
The other option is to lead up to here from among one the climbs off the Blue Marble Wall. This would be a two pitch climb. But, "Vee don't do no stin'kin peaches."