The most direct way to reach the area is to hop across the rocks just above the small waterfall. A slightly longer, but safer approach is to walk back to the road, cross the river on the nice sidewalk, then turn back into the woods near the pipeline. There is usually a wooden beam crossing the steep stream bed, connecting to a path that goes downriver. Follow this until you're directly across from the parking lot and walk down the hill to the boulders.
The largest of these, the Big Roof Boulder has four great problems, and the smaller boulders at the base have a couple as well.
|Big Roof Boulder (explanation of number symbols here)|
2. Crimptastic Sit (V6?): Start low and right on a jug, and adds a few fun moves to link into Crimptastic, then top out the same. Fun movement, but not easy on fingertips.
3. Denim Devil (V0): An arete that turns into a crack. How often do you see that?
4. Do It Or... Better Do It (V1): Climb the slab up to the cracks in the roof, out to a dish on the lip, and top out through jugs. See the boulder at the base? See the name of the problem? Guessing they're related...
|Block Boulder (explanation of number symbols here)|
5a. Give Me Thin Lips (?): Same as above, but finish straight up after reaching the face, rather than continuing right for the linkup.
6. Short But Sweet (V2): Starting on low crimps, move up through good holds in the crack for the topout. Arete is off.
6a. Short And Easy (V0): Same as above, but arete is on.
|The Business Boulder (explanation of number symbols here)|