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From: midcoast, maine
Feb 21, 2013
Definitely a cool place to climb though the trail is a little vague. The hike up alone is worth it for the cool / different views of the Potrero and Hidalgo.
Some of the routes are starting to have vegetation reclaim some of the holds, you might get a cactus tickling your face.
The chains at the top of a lot of the climbs are bleeding rust and very rusty.
From: Wayne, PA
Jan 20, 2009
Ok, the hike to Buzz is a pain. Make sure you stay on the trail or you will end up in cactus hell.
The climbs at buzz are fun, mostly single pitch moderates. It's far away from the "crowds" so you will likely be all by yourself, which can be really nice.
The climbs are easy/happy/fun. Not worth the hike unless you are looking to get away from it all and sharpen your leading skills on easy climbs.