Pusch Peak is the obvious pointy (when viewed from Tucson) peak that forms the westernmost end of the Catalinas. Note that the Linda Vista Wall is an aspect of Pusch Peak, and is described as a separate area under Pusch Ridge. So on this site, "Pusch Peak" basically refers to the long wall that faces NNW and is visible from Oracle Road. Linda Vista Wall is smaller and above this wall. Kerry describes a small number of routes in BC Rock Climbs.
These routes do not receive much sun until mid or late afternoon. Depending on the route, the approach might include a short or medium length bushwhack to the base. All of the routes have wonderful views of Oro Valley's resorts and million dollar homes, some of which are no more than a mile away from the climbing.
These walls tend to be somewhat loose, and have a fair amount of vegetation.
All of the routes that Kerry describes, as well as the newer routes on the Linda Vista wall start from the Linda Vista trailhead. Turn right off of Oracle Rd. onto Linda Vista Blvd, which is about 3 miles past the Ina Rd. junction. The trailhead is on the right, almost immediately after the turn.
This is a good route with two awesome crack pitches that would be classics as single pitches on Mount Lemmon, two mediocre pitches, and in places a fair amount of vegetation and loose rock. Overall it climbs better than it looks and is at least worth doing once.Kerry's description is good and can be found here:www.climbaz.com/Backcountry/page_html/page20.htmlP1: climb the large right-facing corner, about 5.8 w/Ok climbing and pro. Belay at the highest tree.P2: do not move out left, but ...[more]Browse More Classics in AZ