Spook Canyon Rock Climbing
Nice east facing wall with a handful of sport routes a couple of trad lines and a good amount of bouldering. Morning sun and afternoon shade so plan morning of afternoon climbing according to temperature. Most of the sport routes are 5.12 and up with one 5.11a and at least one line that is still a project. The rock here has lots of the really small pockets (that you can't get fingers into) that make some of the holds quite sharp and some nice bigger pockets. For some reason with the fracturing the majority of the holds face left.
Before you get to the Box turn off of hwy 60, turn left at the end of the first guard rail on that side where you can see a bunch of roads and a cross. Stay to the left away from the cross and follow this road for about .5 miles to the second right turn, the first is more of a two track. At the right there is a big open area, stay to the left and pick up the road. Follow this road about .6 miles to a rectangular parking area that has been nicely outlined with rocks. Big enough for maybe 6 cars plus. You will see an old steep road with lots of loose rocks leading up to the wall.
Climbing Season For the The Box climbing areas area.
Weather station 5.4 miles from here
25 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',12],['1 Star',8],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Spook Canyon
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Featured Route For Spook Canyon
Rubberband Fingers Stand/Meine Gummi Frau (B) V8 7B NM
: Socorro Area
: ... : Spook Main Wall
Stand V8: Work up the right facing off-set till you can reach out left to a good edge. Bring the right up to a sloping dish and jump for the pointed jug in the crack, or match the edge and cross left up to a crimp gaston on the side of the sloping dish, then with your right foot high pull up to the pointed jug. Continue up the crack till you can traverse right and work your way down.Meine Gummi Frau V10: Start almost laying down on some slopers on the back wall. Move out to a rail that slants up...[more] Browse More Classics in NM