BETA PHOTO: The long arete on the left has the most potential,...
A huge, super-friction rock sitting right near the bottom of the hill. The rock is insanely sharp on the skin, so full hand tape is recommended despite having no jams. Footholds are not needed; sticking your foot anywhere will hold. The longest arete that rises straight from the bottom is the obvious line, but a harder route may be possible direct on the face.
From the JBL trail, walk past the approach trail and continue on (no more than a minute) to the first patch of smaller boulders sitting directly on the trail. From here, you'll see a small dip in the hillside on the right with a large, vegetation-covered boulder perched right at the crest. Enter the woods here (be mindful of a small black cable that is protruding from the ground) and walk past the dirty boulder. Head down the small hill past Guru and cross the stream. Meta is directly on the hillside to the left.
Climbing Season For the High Peaks Region area.
Weather station 9.6 miles from here