Albuquerque Area Climbing Rock Climbing
Bouldering against the Abq city lights at sunset. ...
Albuquerque Area Climbing
All of these areas exist right east of the city of Albuquerque.
- Tunnel Springs
: An area featuring short, sustained climbs on moderate quality, sharp limestone. A short distance from Albuquerque.
- Sandia Mountains
: About one hours drive from Albuquerque (depending on the side you are coming from), if alpine adventure and long approaches your taste, head into the Sandia back-country.
- Palomas Peak
: Technical limestone sport climbing within the Sandia Mountains. About a one hour drive from Albuquerque with a 20 minute approach.
- The TV Station
: High quality, alpine, limestone bouldering at the top of the Sandias, just north of the Sandia Crest.
: Granite bouldering in the foothills of the Sandia Mountains. This is the closest outdoor climbing you can find from the city of Albuquerque.
- Big Block
: A small limestone crag just outside of Albuquerque.
The biggest city in the state of New Mexico, look for the intersection of I-25 and I-40, and everything around it is Albuquerque.
Weather station 1.7 miles from here
615 Total Climbing Routes
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Mexican Breakfast Crack 5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a NM
: Sandia Mountains
: ... : Mexican Breakfast Formation
Mexican Breakfast Crack is an excellent, clean crack with a wild crux traverse under a big roof. The name is a spin-off from Yosemites's English Breakfast Crack. Certainly, trad climbers in both NM and California eat cracks like this for breakfast!Pitch 1: Follow the clean left-facing corner under the right side of the big roof as it widens from big-hands to fist to offwidth. Sustained 5.8 to this point, but since there's so few OWs to practice on in the Sandias (or elsewhere in NM), the wider s...[more] Browse More Classics in NM
From: Tucson, Arizona
Jul 11, 2010
I'll be visiting Albuquerque between July 13 and July 20. Anyone need a partner for the Sandias or anywhere else cool enough to climb. Trad or sport. Cheers.
By chris scalf
Jun 1, 2012
is there any climbing at the top of menaul?