I cleaned off a rock north east from Mark's Roof. If you go all the way to the hiker's trail, then take it back towards the campground main road, there is a boulder very close to the trail on your left, I put a cairn trail side to mark it. Its low, and not very attractive, but has nice features and the moves are pretty cool. I did something on the far right, starting from a sit on a right hand crimp, up to a left hand knob, then back to another right hand crimp and top out. It was about V1. There are some other lines here to be done as well.
Also I'm sure it has been done and you know about it, Mark's Roof has a really good line up the left side of it, starting under the roof then pulling onto the vertical face to top out, quality problem, about a V4 I would say.
Kevin and i just found about 20 cool problems abouth 300 feet toward the lake from the ladder boulders. A really great traverse, some good warmups, couple classic V3-V4 and a couple really hard looking things. These will be documented in the next edition of the book.
It's funny to see a topo of ladder rock, just to see
how others interprit the lines. I had always thought
the most asthetic lines started fom the low right slanting
rail and went out left, farther left or up the dynos.
The other boulders a few hundred feet
north east from there(if im understanding you right),
are fun and the traverse, I agree, is definetly worth