OverviewThis fun crack climb starts as a slightly offwidth, nearly vertical crack climb and gradually narrows to a fist jam, and then to a perfect hand crack as it narrows and backs off. After that the angle backs off significantly and it becomes an easy knob heaven as you traverse up and over to the belay. Great practice crack!
Getting TherePark on either side of the Cascade Creek bridge on your way into or out of the valley. It's just before the last tunnel on Route 120. There are two parking areas and there tends to be quite a few photo takers in this area. If there's no room -- wait a minute or two and you can probably get a spot.
Once you've parked your car, get yourself to the eastern side of the Cascade Creek bridge and hike up the narrow, steep trail on the north side of the road. It starts next to Cascade Creek. It's a quick (5 minute) walk to the base of Pot Belly, the first formation you come to.
After you reach Pot Belly, scramble up around the right side of Pot Belly. Once you've reached the base of the climb, again scramble up and to the right, skirting the right side of the formation. The climb starts near the base of a tree maybe 25 feet from the lower base of Sloth Wall