Portland Crags
Crags in the immediate Portland area including Rocky Butte, Broughton Bluff and Carver. 

Recommended Guidebooks:
Portland Rock Climbs, Tim Olson

Broughton Bluff
Access: Paved road
Approach: 10 minutes
Orientation: Primarily west, morning shade

A large basalt crag located at Lewis & Clark State Park. Includes a wide range of routes, primmarily in the higher grades, with a few easier routes.
Access: Paved road
Approach: 15 minutes
Orientation: north, afternoon shade

Carver is a small crag and popular bouldering area located above the Clackamas River. The crag is located on private land and accessed from the parking lot of the Stone Cliff Inn. An $8 lifetime membership is required and can be obtained through the Carver Climbing Club .
Rocky Butte
Access: Paved road
Approach: 5 minutes
Orientation: East, tree canopy provides shade

As the closest crag for inner Portland residents, proximity is the greatest attribute of Rocky Butte. Trash and freeway noise take away from the appeal, which is a shame because it actually offers some good climbing. Despite climbing here dozens of times, I have never bothered taking any photos :P