Chris Norwood on Obelisk Direct, 5.11+ 2015!!!!
Besides Tahquitz and Suicide Rocks there's a large abundance of rock in the valley. I would imagine that most has been explored and climbed but there's got to be a hidden gem here and there.
"The Others" is a general name for all those other rocks you see but just never get the gumption to go to.
Climbing Season For the Tahquitz & Suicide Rocks area.
Weather station 2.3 miles from here
25 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',9],['3 Stars',12],['2 Stars',3],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in The Others
Browse More Rock Climbing Classics in The Others
Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for The Others:
Featured Route For The Others
In search of ice amongst the depths of The Others...
These crags have some fine climbing. New guide has...
Devils Staircase with Pillars of Creation and Clou...
C. Norwood way out there on the Indian Buttress!!!
Astral Projected through time & space inThe Eye of...
Pillars of Creation!!! Photo by @blue_korduroy !!!
JC Firing the Cannon on The Green Flash Direct, 5....
Soooo much rock!!! Mucho Alpineering!!!!! :)
Ironic to see this in the Humber Park parking lot!...
Eden Anbar lost in a sea of black and white!!!
Chris Norwood during a 24hr link up day amongst Th...
John Martinez projecting the Humungor Flake at Th...
Oh yeah! No lines here...
Look close. The Others are crowded...
1970s climbs at "The Others" with Dave M...
Christopher Norwood & The Darwin Mega Splitter!!!
Pillars of Creation & The Dark Angel Buttress!!
Huy Nguyen on the first ascent of the Murder Horn...
Howard Way Way out there during the FA of Black D...
High above the Mundane Plane of Existence!!!
Mixed back country madness 1-29-2017!!
What what what whhaaaat!!!!!!!!! Endless rock with...
By C Miller
Jun 19, 2014
Mark Bowling and others did routes in this area as far back as the early 1980's.
By Keith Leaman
Apr 16, 2015
Dave Mahr, Paul Gleason and I did some routes on the "Staircase" and "Hinterland Buttress" in the mid-1970s. Great to see these images!
By Jacob Belsher
Aug 24, 2015
I was able to remove both pitons from the 11a on the right hand side of Hinterland Wall on sunday. They both rattled upon clipping, and both came out very easily with just a little tug. I think the route is called Octoberfest? Anyway, it protects just fine without them.