It is under every circumstance absolutely FORBIDDEN to cross the railroad to get to the crag. This could lead to a permanent closure of this crag. Use the tunnel under the tracks instead.
A 200 ft freestanding spire with two pitch routes that span from 5.2 to 5.10a. Most of the routes can be trad climbed, because the highly featured slabby limestone has a lot of flakes, cracks and threads. The bolting is very runout anyway. It is also a good place to practice simul climbing and other alpine tricks because of the straightforward routes and the slabby nature. The summit fits 2 people comfortably and 6 people uncomfortably. There are belays 6 ft under the top so you can wait if the rap station that is the summit is crowded. To descend you thread the ropes trough a quicklink at the climbers right on the summit. The first part is freehanging and after a while it goes into a gully. A single 60m rope is enough, but is important to choose the south gully (climbers right). After this you follow the trail downwards