1 hour. From the pipe line above the grey cliff lodge walk east until you come to a long metal black swing gate across the pipeline. From here enter the trees above on a short path until it dead ends in a clearing. From here head straight uphill through the thick trees. This is a poison ivy breeding ground in the summer. Swim through the brush and make for the scree fields. Dot to dot several of these and stay left in the gully through a slot in the rocks. Pass between the two cliff bands (the eastern grey cliffs and lower). More steep and thick ground until you’re on the ridge and the upper grey cliffs will be above you. Cross two fluvial fans until you stand beneath the tell tale Ute Crack.