The right side of the main cliff is on private land, so no climbing here. This includes all the amazing-looking rock right of Karen's Crack. Also, the approach roughly follows a property boundary that zigzags through the forest. Take care not to accidentally wander onto the private property.
Climbs the steep column to its top, then up a slab to some trees. The column often doesn't touch down; in this case, it is possible to dry-tool up rock and cracks to the left, then step right to the column.
On the right side of the gorge, just after you pass through the mouth of the gorge, is a short wall capped by a wide roof. This route goes up a column left of this roof.