This area is the wall of routes on the left end of Rattlesnake Point. It can somewhat be identified by a number of cedars growing out of the cliff.
This is the best descent, and the areas are generally divided between routes to the climber’s left of the stairs (Hanging Cedars Area, The Plaque Area, The Spring Wall, The Bulge Area, and The Pinnacle Area) and routes to the climber’s right of the stairs (The Cave Wall, White Streaks Wall, Green Corner, Tetris Wall, and Mother Nature Wall). There’s also an easy descent just left of the Mother Nature Area where the cliff tapers off a little, but if it’s your first time at Rattlesnake Point or you haven’t been there in a while, take the stairs.
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area has two parking lots - Upper Rattlesnake and Lower Rattlesnake. Park at Upper Rattlesnake, and follow the trail for less than 5 minutes to reach the stairs.