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|Type: ||Trad, 1 pitch, 40 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.5 [details]|
|FA: ||Eric Thomson & Martin Jacaruso|
|Submitted By: ||Eric Thomson on Jul 19, 2009|
Big ledges, if you're small you could squeeze through to the left from the second ledge.
In between Raw Hide and Move 'Em Out on the right edge of the crag.
Mostly 1-2 size C4. This shares anchors with Raw Hide
|By Mike Howard|
Jul 19, 2009
For more details on the closure/access in this area of Cimarron Canyon, see this Forum
Better (and legal) summertime sport cragging near Taos can be found at Comales Canyon, and at Red River. Please, go there instead.
Besides, I think the name is lame.
|By Eric Thomson|
Aug 14, 2009
The reason for the name is due to attempting climbing out the chimney crack to the left and getting stuck with an all point off rest and hips being wedged into the crack and then retreating to finish out at the chain anchors to the right, thus aborting the original plan.