> Wasatch Range
> Little Cottonwood Canyon
The falcon guide has a good description, but you'll likely get lost in the bushwhacking like everyone else, so I'll paraphrase it here:
Park 0.9 miles up canyon from the neon sign. The Fin
is directly east of the LDS Church archives
road. This road is strictly off-limits, so bushwhack towards a gully that descends just west of The Fin
Thrash towards the point where this gully meets the parking area (staying out of the parking area of course), and it is here that you join an actual trail. Hike up this gully until you reach a gravelly flat spot just past the second of three stands of large Box Elder trees (approximately 100 feet up from an enormous boulder).
Behind the flat spot is a large, low-angled corner. Scramble up the corner about ten feet, then traverse up and right, passing mahogany trees to the ridge. Turn the ridge and walk up slabs for about 50 feet until a traverse through some small oak brush brings you to the bottom of another set of slabs. On the right side of these slabs, a brush-filled corner is topped by an old, gnarled pine tree.
Scramble up to this corner on knobs, then follow the corner up to the base of the climbs. Stepping out of the corner into the brush on the left is unpleasant, but much easier.