Elevation: 3,800 ft
GPS: 34.009, -116.01 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: C Miller on Jan 30, 2006
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes
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Description

Becky's Buttress is the largest, most prominent formation in the area and visible from afar as a slender, hourglass shaped buttress lying at the foot of a steep hillside.

Recommended routes here include Becky's Buttress (5.9) which climbs the outer face of the eponymous buttress, as well as Road Dogs (5.7) and Compromised (5.10d), which lie around the corner on the shaded north face of the formation.

This rock contains the longest, highest quality routes on the best rock in the area and as such deserves a bit more traffic than it sees.

Getting There

Hike straight out from the car and scramble up through boulders to the base of the formation. Allow 20 minutes for the approach.

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Between Road Dogs and Compromised there is a couple of good top ropes. The one on the right is 10bish and the one on the left is 11dish. Nov 8, 2011
C Miller   CA  
Becky Who? (5.10b TR) climbs the right side of the block via discontinuous cracks and Visions of Grandeur (5.11d TR) is the face below the anchors. Nov 9, 2011
Yeah...I think thats right...it's been a too long, anyway, for those that like solitude, there is enough out here to warrant the walk. Nov 10, 2011