This tower-like wall is the first big wall you'll come to as you approach from the trailhead towards the Monster Wall. Two routes exist on this tower and while there is a lot of rock still, most of it is broken up by vegetated ledges so little or no new route potential exists (at least that I can see). The rock is a bit chunky down low (read: tread lightly) but gets better as you get higher.
Once you reach the river from the approach trail, hike southwest along the river for a minute or two. Look right for the big tower. That's it. The two routes are on the left side of the tower starting behind the trees.
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Excrementally Weighted 5.10d Sport, 1 pitch, 80 feet
Finely Grained Hands (a.k.a. FGH) 5.11a Sport, 50 feet
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Finely Grained Hands (a.k.a. FGH) 5.11a NM : Jemez Valley Area : ... : The Bull Horn
Start up the typical UEF grainy rock through some chunkiness (tread lightly) past a couple of bolts to a good stance and big hueco for the third clip. A hard, sequential move left to get to the forth clip leads into the thin crux on good rock. A nice rest can be found on the arete before launching into bigger holds taking you past a few more bolts to the anchor. ...[more] Browse More Classics in NM