Mt Hood Westside Crags
Crags in the west side of Mt Hood National Forest including French's Dome, Enola Hill, Salmon River Slab, Kawanis Camp Crag and Coethedral

Recommended Guidebooks:
Northwest Oregon Rock, Tim Olson
Portland Rock Climbs, Tim Olson
Mt. Hood Crags, Micah Klesick and Elmo Mecsko (Rakkup app)
  1. View from the summit
French's Dome
Access: Well-maintained gravel road
Approach: <5 minutes
Orientation: All, tree canopy provides shade

A great sport crag primarily split between routes in the 5.7-5.8 range and routes 5.11 and up. Two short routes to the summit provide an excellent introduction to multi-pitch climbing. French's Dome is justifiably popular.
Enola Hill
Access: Rough dirt road
Approach: 10 minutes
Orientation: South, tree canopy provides shade

Enola Hill "The Swine", is a small crag located above the town of Rhododendron. A rough road leads to the crag which includes a number of good routes 5.10 and up.
Salmon River Slab
Access: Paved road
Approach: Roadside
Orientation: West, early morning shade

A tiny crag with 5 routes next to the Salmon River, approximately 10 minutes from Highway 26. Routes are all 5.7 - 5.9. Truly a roadside crag, you could belay from your car if you were so inclined.
Kawanis Camp Crag
Access: Paved road
Approach: 1 minute
Orientation: North, all day shade

Small roadside crag just north of Highway 26. Approximately a dozen climbs. North facing and stays mostly shaded. Currently many routes have significant moss growth. Would improve with use.
Coethedral
Access: Gravel road
Approach: 20 minutes
Orientation: West, morning shade

Very unique backcountry crag on with unique rock. The rock quality is questionable; however, the routes are well bolted. Important to wear a helmet though. Several moderate multi-pitch routes.