not familiar with a lot of the names. it's pretty much directly above 90' wall (a ways though, and bushwhacky). here's another view from the eagle lake trail. it's 2/3 of the way up and 2/3 of the way to the right. you can see the two main cracks of 90' under the branch of the big tree in the foreground for reference.
I have a friend who wanted to climb up there on the Stomach. We went after work, it's further than we though, but not too far. We hike to the top and set up a line on a bolted anchor. We each got one lap in before it started getting dark, so we bailed. It was not very interesting climbing, but I'd go back for another, longer look!
I probably would have agreed about Ballbuster Rock not being good for kids, but we had fun there today. One nice thing is that it's small enough that running back and forth to the top wasn't any problem so i could belay, have them walk off, then I could run up there and set them up to rappel back down, and now they have a little experience doing that. It also makes it a good place to show them a bit about basic anchor building too.
All the info I have for Bottle Creek is a napkin from Sprouts that J scribbled lines and numbers on.
The parking is already tenuous as is, especially when SAR and LTCC classes show up. I agree with the berger brycer... locals freely share the information and it is far from secret. That would likely change if 100's of bay area folks dloaded topos from the web and started swarming every new crag.
^Yeah it was Friedo I should have asked. He started the sentence where he mentioned Hotfingers with your name so I got confused.
The parking is what gave it away for me. Any time I see cars parked somewhere strange I think, "hmmm, I bet there's climbing around here." Worked there, worked when i was in the Rubies. i think today i'm gonna go check something out on upper Kingsbury by the Fox and Hound cause I saw some dirtbagmobiles theres when i was leaving for the Rubies a couple months ago.