The bottom half of this rock was resurrected in 2011 when Shaver Lake was drained to perform maintenance on its dam. When looking at it, it's clear where the old water level used to be. The lake level hasn't since returned to that high of a mark since it was drained. This conspicuous ≈25 foot tall, granite rock is segmented by an obvious, single, left-leaning crack that looks wide from afar but actually climbs with jams from fingers to hands given the flake inside. The bottom half is clean and white. The top half is home to lichen. The rock is virgin and crisp underfoot. There also may be some potential for short, moderate, top-rope face-climbs. The top takes cams from BD #2 to #4 for an anchor and is easily accessible from the road side to set up a top-rope. The quick and easy access right next to lake might make this a fun place to introduce someone to rock-climbing, take the kids, or get a quick fix if you're traveling Hwy 168 through Shaver Lake. More seasoned climbers may want to test their mettle by considering it a high-ball boulder problem...although I chose to rope up for it given the untraveled rock.