The Sunny Side is one long cliffband, but by convention, it is described as two separate crags. The right half of the cliff is known as the "Sunny Side", and the left side is known as "The Dig".
The approach to the Sunny Side deposits you smack dab in the center of this cliff.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Sunny Side (Right End):
Burn Baby Burn 5.11b Sport, 60 feet
Heat Stroke 5.11c Sport, 70 feet
Jump Start 5.12a Sport, 70 feet
Heat Stroke Straight Up 5.12b Sport, 70 feet
Melanoma 5.13a Sport, 60 feet
Cinco Trinta 5.13a Sport, 60 feet
Featured Route For Sunny Side (Right End)
Jump Start 5.12a NM : New Mexico, other Southern ... : ... : Sunny Side (Right End)
This excellent line is likely the best 12a on the Sunny Side, climbing aesthetic, high quality orange limestone. The route begins with a difficult, thin crimping boulder problem to reach obvious jugs 8 feet up. Alternatively, if you're tall (or have mad-hops), you can always go for the 'jump start'. A few moderate moves lead to more thin crimps, then a powerful, long reach from an undercling to jugs below the 3rd bolt. From here wander left to a huge jug at the base of a left-facing dihedral...[more] Browse More Classics in NM