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The view of Rabbit Ears Massif from the first rap anchor on NRE South Face Direct.

The view of Rabbit Ears Massif from the first rap anchor on NRE South Face Direct.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Aaron replacing webbing at the first rap anchor on the South Face Direct.

Aaron replacing webbing at the first rap anchor on the South Face Direct.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

We opted to rappel down the South Face Direct route.  Walk down this sloping ledge system.  We did a single rope rap from the first station (one bolt and two pitons) to a large ledge system, and a double rope rap from the second station (two bolts) to the saddle between NRE and MRE.

We opted to rappel down the South Face Direct route. Walk down this sloping ledge system. We did a single rope rap from the first station (one bolt and two pitons) to a large ledge system, and a dou

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Looking directly up at the chimney pitch, and the chockstone at the top.  I used this chockstone as a foothold, but in hindsight, I suggest avoiding that option.

Looking directly up at the chimney pitch, and the chockstone at the top. I used this chockstone as a foothold, but in hindsight, I suggest avoiding that option.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Looking out of the chute from just below the chimney pitch.  Gives some idea of the angle of Boyer's Chute.  I believe that's the Lesser Spire(?) in the center.

Looking out of the chute from just below the chimney pitch. Gives some idea of the angle of Boyer's Chute. I believe that's the Lesser Spire(?) in the center.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Looking up from the top of the first chock-stone.  The rap anchor on the right may be used to protect followers coming up the right (easy) side, but there is another rap anchor on the left that I used to bring folks up the left (harder) side.

Looking up from the top of the first chock-stone. The rap anchor on the right may be used to protect followers coming up the right (easy) side, but there is another rap anchor on the left that I used

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Looking down from the top of the first chock-stone.  James coming up.  Easy climbing on the left (looking down), but hard to protect, protectable but harder on the right (looking down).

Looking down from the top of the first chock-stone. James coming up. Easy climbing on the left (looking down), but hard to protect, protectable but harder on the right (looking down).

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Our party of 7 split up here as Aaron and Zack headed up the West Face Direct route (<a href='http://web.nmsu.edu/~amato/ingrahamguide/N_Rabbit_Ear/N_Rabbit_Ear_master.html)' target='_blank' rel='nofollow' >eb.nmsu.edu/~amato/ingrahamgui...</a>.  Aaron and Zack just visible gearing up on the ledge.

Our party of 7 split up here as Aaron and Zack headed up the West Face Direct route (eb.nmsu.edu/~amato/ingrahamgui.... Aaron and Zack just visible gearing up on the ledge.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

A little higher now, you can finally see the chute, it bends right slightly.

A little higher now, you can finally see the chute, it bends right slightly.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

This shot shows the entrance to Boyer's Chute (the brushy pocket in the center of the photo)

This shot shows the entrance to Boyer's Chute (the brushy pocket in the center of the photo)

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

North Rabbit Ear at sunrise on the approach hike.  Boyer's Chute is NOT the obvious chute visible in this photo, but is off to the right (almost directly below the summit of SRE in this perspective).  The route up Rabbits Ears Canyon, goes far right between the buttress and minor hump of rock on the right side of the photo.  Traverse up and left to the entrance to the gully through thick brush after climbing past the hump.  (watch for snakes, I stepped on a baby rattler near the entrance to the gully...stepping directly on him may have protected me from a bite)

North Rabbit Ear at sunrise on the approach hike. Boyer's Chute is NOT the obvious chute visible in this photo, but is off to the right (almost directly below the summit of SRE in this perspective).

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Boyer's Chute (5.4)

Jul 24, 2010

Sugarloaf as seen during our approach for our full moon climb, the evening of September 5, 2009.

Sugarloaf as seen during our approach for our full moon climb, the evening of September 5, 2009.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6 R)

Jul 24, 2010

Summit shot after our full moon climb, Sept. 5-6, 2009

Summit shot after our full moon climb, Sept. 5-6, 2009

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6 R)

Jul 24, 2010

Sunrise behind me during our full moon climb of Sugarloaf, Sept 5-6, 2009.

Sunrise behind me during our full moon climb of Sugarloaf, Sept 5-6, 2009.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6 R)

Jul 24, 2010

Bob A. as the sun rises near the end of our full moon climb, Sept 5-6, 2009.  (pitch 10 belay?)

Bob A. as the sun rises near the end of our full moon climb, Sept 5-6, 2009. (pitch 10 belay?)

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6 R)

Jul 24, 2010

Somewhere high on the North Face route (around pitch 10?), as the sun gets ready to rise during our full moon climb, Sept 5-6, 2009.

Somewhere high on the North Face route (around pitch 10?), as the sun gets ready to rise during our full moon climb, Sept 5-6, 2009.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6 R)

Jul 24, 2010

Ben enjoying the morning view of the Needles from summit of Sugarloaf after our overnight full moon climb, Sept 5-6 2009.

Ben enjoying the morning view of the Needles from summit of Sugarloaf after our overnight full moon climb, Sept 5-6 2009.

NM : Organ Mountains : Needle and Squaretops

Jul 24, 2010

Zack Libbin on the thin face of Meanderneath You.

Zack Libbin on the thin face of Meanderneath You.

NM : Truth or Consequences Area : ... : Meanderneath You (5.10d)

May 30, 2010

I thought I heard someone talking about "red on yellow kill a fellow, red on black venom lack" while I was climbing.  When I got home, I found this (and a few others) on my camera.  Seen below the un-named 5.8 on the far left.

I thought I heard someone talking about "red on yellow kill a fellow, red on black venom lack" while I was climbing. When I got home, I found this (and a few others) on my camera. Seen bel

NM : Truth or Consequences Area : Percha Creek, Hillsboro

May 30, 2010

Myself leading up our P3 (P4 on the old topo) with Zack belaying.  Most pitches per the topo are half rope length, so could be easily linked, but expect lots of rope drag if you link them due to the meandering nature of the route.

Myself leading up our P3 (P4 on the old topo) with Zack belaying. Most pitches per the topo are half rope length, so could be easily linked, but expect lots of rope drag if you link them due to the m

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : West Ridge (5.6)

May 16, 2010

Looking up at P1.  Starts just out of view to the left, and follows the right leaning crack before trending left.  Based on the posted topo, P1 ends just above the crack, but it's easy to link P1 and 2.  Getting off the top of this crack felt like the toughest move of the day.

Looking up at P1. Starts just out of view to the left, and follows the right leaning crack before trending left. Based on the posted topo, P1 ends just above the crack, but it's easy to link P1 and

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : West Ridge (5.6)

May 16, 2010

Bruce on the hike in.  The Citadel is just right of center (looking directly at the West Ridge).  Rabbit Ears Slab just right of the Citadel.

Bruce on the hike in. The Citadel is just right of center (looking directly at the West Ridge). Rabbit Ears Slab just right of the Citadel.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : West Ridge (5.6)

May 16, 2010

Kenny pulling the low crux on Speak in English.

Kenny pulling the low crux on Speak in English.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Speak in English (5.9+)

Mar 19, 2010

Cat making it look easy.  "Ready for Raise".

Cat making it look easy. "Ready for Raise".

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : El Diablo Spire

Mar 19, 2010

Bruce of the Organ Mountain Technical Rescue Squad working the litter as the crew on top switches over from lower to raise.  Omar is the subject in the litter.  Speak in English starts on the rectangular shaped block in the lower left (red ropes hanging from the anchors)

Bruce of the Organ Mountain Technical Rescue Squad working the litter as the crew on top switches over from lower to raise. Omar is the subject in the litter. Speak in English starts on the rectangu

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : El Diablo Spire

Mar 19, 2010

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