What is the best Gunks-like climbing out West? My own criteria is only that it "feels like Gunks climbing" and is mostly horizontal strata. My suggestions:

Unita Rocks: east of salt Lake, horizontal strata and overhangs, trad and bolts, high elevation.

Owens Gorge: eastside of Sierra, buckets and bolts.

Isolation Canyon: east of Flagstaff, mini-buckets, trad and bolts.

Skaha: British Columbia, nice weather, trad and bolts, lots of edges.

Maple Canyon: south of Salt Lake, all bolts, all cobbles, but the handhold intensive climbing is not unfamiliar to Gunks climbing.

Blackleaf Canyon: central Montana, limestone but with horiontal edges, mostly bolts.

I liked all of these areas. There's probably other canidates. What area out West feels most Gunks-like to you?