From the Aspen Grove Boulder, walk up gully through grove and boulders for several hundred yards. As the gully pinches off into a maze of thickets, head over to the right-hand hillside and traverse this up parallel to the gully. A big crag comes in to view on the left. Follow the faint trail until you are about even with the uphill side of the crag and then drop back into the gully. Just up from the Cave Boulder you will come upon the well-hidden Banjo Boulder sitting in a micro meadow with pretty flowers and animal bones. Just above here in the gully is a freaky abandoned encampment. Up on the left-hand hillside from this is the "Yosemite Boulder," which has an obvious but languishing thin face line. Many mini-cliffs of variable quality on the right-hand hillside.
The next and last developed stone is the Banjos Boulder--a really big boulder with a sandy landing in a fantastic setting. Worth the hike, but probably shady in winter. From the left: