This high cliff barrier is on the right side of the main couloir leading up to the Terminator. Although the entire wall is technically a buttress on its own, the Right Wall Buttress is the name given to the bulky subsidiary cliff protruding from it in an eastward direction.
Approaching from the base of the Middle Buttress, move west, toward The Right Wall, and then right to the entrance of a den-like opening between upright leaning slabs. This spot makes a good belay stance for both Pilgrims Progress and The Right Stuff.
To access the upper region of the first pitch for setting a top rope, hike left (south) from the base for 30 meters, and then switch west up to The Right Wall. Work your way to the right until you find a huge oblong boulder with a platform at its base. Standing on this flat patch puts you directly above the belay stance. Lace a couple of extra long slings around the top of the boulder, add two locking biners, and voila! You’re golden. (One disadvantage of this set up is that the anchor point isn’t visible from the belay stance.)
Judging by the bolts and pitons discovered while making what we thought was a first ascent, the climbing potential of this crag has clearly been explored for quite some time, possibly since the late 80's or early 90's.
Featured routes include:
Pilgrim's Progress (Three pitches)
The Right Stuff