Chutes and Ladders
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|FA: ||Bob M (TR?)|
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|Submitted By: ||LeeAB on Nov 4, 2013|
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Matching the crimp, this and the next move are whe...
|East Mountain is accessed by Guided Tour Only|
Some areas require a guide.
Stellar looking line that improbably makes a reasonable boulder problem. Multiple place you could start, the lowest of which would involve a series of long pulls on positive edges while exposing yourself to a poor landing with evidence that some of those edges have crumbled.
However, if you start from the middle landing area from a high right edge and a seam the rock is very good and there are only really 2 moves that feel exposed. From the crimp work your way up the seam until you can reach out right to an edge in a horizontal, then punch up to a buggy rail. Move up past another rail and jugs at the top.
on the wall at the head of Comanche Canyon. Head up the slab/ramp on the right side of the wall to a landing about 50 feet up.
Pads and multiple spotters to move pads around.
catching a potato peeler of a gaston in the seam.
Starting up from the middle landing.
Pushing out to the crimp in the horizontal.
Different perspective showing the landing.
From: ABQ, NM
Nov 4, 2013
Listed as a Bob Murray TR in the Sherman guide. Not sure who bouldered it first or where the official start is.