Trad, Alpine, 50 ft (15 m),
Avg: 1 from 1
FA: Max Manson and Eli Boardman 7-27-18
> Wind River Range
> Far Northern Winds
> Whiskey Mountain
> Chocolate Factory
Petroglyphs and Private Land
Torrey Valley is known for ancient petroglyphs found on sandstone blocks, usually facing one of the lakes. It goes without saying, don't climb on or directly next to the petroglyphs, and don't harm them in any way.
The approach road (County Road 411/Trail Lake Road) runs through private land on an easement from the Whiskey Basin wildlife reserve to the public campground at the head of Ring Lake. It is illegal to leave the road without permission from the landowners in this area except for the boat ramp at Torrey Lake provided on a goodwill basis. The east side of the valley has a lot of private land, too. There is not much worth climbing in the private part anyway.
Follow the convoluted, blocky but solid face just left of the Willy Wonka arch. Start up below a small roof, pull it on the left, and continue up slabs, cracks, and jugs to the top of the formation (belay, walk off).
Locate the huge Willy Wonka arch and walk a few dozen feet west to the broken part of the face with a small roof 10-20 feet off the ground.
Standard rack .3-3