Hey Pueblo Gringo, Got a Hanger?
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It follows 4 bolts to a wide ledge. As the name implies, all of the hangers on this route are different. It is a fun, short route if you are in the area.
This route is located to the right of "Thumbs Up".
|Photos of Hey Pueblo Gringo, Got a Hanger? Slideshow
Micah contemplating the crux of Gringo
|Comments on Hey Pueblo Gringo, Got a Hanger?
|By Brian T. Wandzilak|
Dec 16, 2003
Honestly this route is a one-move wonder. The crux comes jsut after the great pockets a third of the way up the route. May be easier for taller folk? After the crux it is fairly easy/standard Shelf moderate to the top. If you don't feel like leading it, climb the 5.8 (kalahari sidewinder) to the left and rap down to set up a TR. Like the route description says good route if in the area and looking for something to do.
|By Dean Cool|
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 2, 2007
I liked this route but it was very short and I agree a one move wonder. There are better climbs on Cactus.
|By Brandon Schirm|
From: colorado springs, co
Sep 21, 2007
This route is great. It's short but very neat moves. The onsight is more fun than the repeat, but you gotta give it a shot.
Dec 25, 2008
The move before the top is not hard, but just off-balance enough to make for a great, committing solo.
|By Doug Lintz|
From: Kearney, NE
Oct 14, 2013
Hardware updated courtesy of Bob D'Antonio, Bruno Hache, and ASCA.