Brett and Jill boulders Rock Climbing
This problem is just around the corner (to the lef...
Walk around to the north side of the entry boulders, and discover some tweaky but aesthetic problems. Stays cooler and gets less slippery than sun-exposed areas.
Climbing Season For the U-Mound area.
Weather station 3.5 miles from here
4 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Traverse V4 6B NM
: Albuquerque Area Climbing
: ... : Brett and Jill boulders
Start in a squatting position using the 2 lowest chalked holds at the rightmost vertical crack (there are two of them). Go up and move through the dark blob near the lip (catching the sun on the right side of this photo), then move left, using the horizontal seam for hands. You get a set of good deep crimps before the next vertical crack, then move through holds that are much worse than they look. The key is figuring out feet.If you start losing skin on this one, give it up and try again once yo...[more] Browse More Classics in NM
View of the north side problems. Dan is moving int...
From: ABQ, NM
Feb 26, 2009
I belive that these are the Brett and Jill boulders. Or maybe it is the Brett and Jill slab and the boulder behind it.
By Paul Davidson
Feb 27, 2009
Brett and Jill since the long long ago days.
Will have to ask Ron if he knows why.
By Dave Wachter
Feb 27, 2009
I'm calling these the warmup boulders for 2 reasons:
1) They're a good place to warm up
2) I don't want to immortalize some jackass who spray painted rocks in the foothills.
By thomas ellis
Jan 17, 2011
Please remove "warmup boulders" in the name. Just stupid seeing as how the whole crag is a "Warmup" for anything better. Plus: it's not the name.