FAs- not sure, southern locals, Medicine Hat community?
This is a very fun slab with about a one minute approach depending on how powerful the wind prevents you from hiking up to the staging area! There is very strong winds here and makes the grades a half nick higher, at times you may be holding on waiting for it to die down. Secure anything that may blow away as it likely will. Regardless, the wind makes this slab much more interesting and challenging! Actually it may make a good place to try rock climbing in severe elements(the wind!) and good practice for those alpine routes!
From Highway 22 south, drive over the Oldman Bridge if coming from the north to the hamlet of Maycroft. You will see this as a large red roofed building that has gas pumps but may not be ever open. Turn west onto this road, Highway #517, which goes into Livingston Gap, north to Kananaskis, back to Coleman and has two campsites- Racehorse and Dutch Creek. Drive on this paved/gravel road for about 25km and enter the mountains of The Gap at some hairpin corners. The slab is above the dusty road on the south side just past a haripin corner; across the river is the bulk of some limestone walls and a obvious split boulder in the river.
Park off the road somewhere safe below the slab as many hunters, fly fishermen, and random campers frequent the area. walk over and up to its base. There are 6 all bolted routes ranging from 15m to 40m, from 5.6-5.8 in difficulty. The rock is clean with nice brown holds protruding from the grey slab. Either rap from top anchors or walk off climber’s left and down.