Left of the Main Slab, the slope is divided into several tiers of cliff and slab. The largest of these lies above smaller tiers, separated from them by sloped, wooded ledges; this is the Scout-About Slab. On the far left lies a separate, small crag, which tapers off leftward into a short, very steep wall with a very low-angled slab above it. This is the Left Blockade. Currently, the routes toward the right end of this formation, right of a large, right-facing corner with a left-rising diagonal crack in it. This feature is the most identifiable one on the crag, and is thus used for locating other routes. This corner lies about 100 meters left of the Main Slab.