Mt Hood Eastside Crags
Crags in the east side of Mt Hood National Forest including Klinger Springs, Pete's Pile, Bulo Point, Area 51 and Trillium Lake. 

Recommended Guidebooks:
Northwest Oregon Rock, Tim Olson
Mt. Hood Crags, Micah Klesick and Elmo Mecsko (Rakkup app)
Pete's Pile
Access: Paved road
Approach: 15 minutes
Orientation: West, morning shade

Pete's Pile is a trad only area located along Highway 35. Fun basalt crack climbing and rarely a crowd. 
Bulo Point
Access: Rough dirt road
Approach: 5 minutes
Orientation: Various

A small, secluded crag that can sometimes draw a crowd on the weekend. A large number of moderate routes and a unique setting justify it's popularity.
Area 51
Access: Paved road
Approach: 15 minutes
Orientation: South, tree canopy provides shade

A sprawling crag with a mix of sport and trad routes with grades primarily 5.10 and up.
Trillium Lake
Access: Paved road
Approach: 20 minutes
Orientation: Northwest, morning shade

A small crag, hidden near the popular tourist destination of Trillium Lake. Somewhat limited number of routes but a fun place to spend an afternoon.
Klinger Springs
Access: Paved road
Approach: 15 minutes
Orientation: West, morning shade

A basalt crag with a number of sport and trad climbs covering a wide range of grades.