For someone who has spent the past 6 years in Canada, finding this crag has been a welcome respite to the unrelenting heat of the southern Utah desert. I did a 10 pitch route in Zion the other day in 100F. Whenever we drive through Cedar Breaks the high is never above 60F. It warms up just the right amount as you descend to Running Scared Crag. Seuss Wall is a perfect start here. The guidebook notes on how to find the trail are screwed up, make sure to use mine, might save you a little bushwhacking. Never seen anyone else up here as it is quite remote by sport climbing standards. Good rock, but the routes are not climbed much, so loose in spots.