Passed the crux, but still some tricky moves above...
Casa Diablo Mountain is situated in the middle of the Long Valley Caldera, with spectacular views of the White, Glass, and Sierra Nevada Mountains. There are only a few routes here, but development is taking place. Half the climbs are north facing and the other half west facing. This is a great mild weather climbing spot that is lower than the Mammoth area climbs and sits a bit higher than the Owens River Gorge. There are a fair number of easy and moderate climbs here.
From the 395 head east on Benton Crossing Rd. Drive 18 miles and turn right on a dirt road (3S02) (The Mammoth Area Rock Climbs guide says there is a sign, but it is very weathered)
Drive for a few miles (6 or 7ish) on a great dirt road (one of the best I have been on in the Sierras)Keep left at the first T (still 3S02) Continue on 3S02 and at the second T stay right (still 3S02) ^Check out the photos below of these turns ^
You will now be running parallel to Casa Diablo Mountain, Turn left between two trees on 04S134. Continue on a washboarded road and take the left turn onto 04S134F There is a small round parking area.
From the parking you can see a few climbs, these climbs are not in the guide book, the ones in the guide book are on the left side of the rocks.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Casa Diablo Mountain:
Start to the left of the hand crack.Climb up to the first bolt, and continue up the right facing groove until possible to move out left onto the slab. Continue up the slab with an interesting crux above the 5th bolt.Move left to reach the last bolt then directly up to the anchors. ...[more]Browse More Classics in CA