There are 2 different rappel staging areas which can be used for the rap to the Upper Saddle. The main one is commonly used with 2 ropes. It can be used with one 60m dynamic rope. As was stated elsewhere, keep the rope to the south and use the rap rings on the sling not the bolted chain if you are using a single rope. The upper saddle landing spot is sloping downhill. If you stay to the south, you will land on the highest spot. The second staging area is for those using one rope who don't feel comfortable with a single rope on the main rap (many), their rope is too small, or when the other rap is busy. The 2 staging areas are about 20ft (?) apart - I haven't measured it.
At the main staging area, there are two rappel stations: one bolted and one slinged. They are a few feet apart. Between the two stations there is a very short crack that can be climbed to reach a 'ledge' (about 8ft up the crack) that will take you south to the single rope (2 setup) rappel staging area. You can also reach this area from above. The slings for the single rope staging area are kind of out of sight until you are upon them. It is possible to down climb to the second setup but it's a little awkward.
There is always another option: down climb the Owen-Spalding route. This should be very easy when conditions are good if you soloed the O-S or the Upper Exum to reach the summit. It takes about 6 minutes to down climb from the rap area to the Upper Saddle when conditions are good and you know the way. Route finding from the main rap area isn't difficult if you have a route photo to guide you, or you have watched a few YouTube videosVideos: http://www.youtube.com/user/wyomingwhiskey
Many others are available.Route Map: http://static.panoramio.com/photos/orig ... 618736.jpgClimbing Rangers Climbing Conditions blog:
http://www.tetonclimbingroutes.blogspot.com/Private blog for conditions: http://www.wyomingwhiskey.org/
Wishing you safe climbing.