We have tried two different anchor locations (with webbing) at the top of this climb.  This time we did it further to the right but it was NOT a good location@SEMICOLON@ the rope rubs on a sharp edge in this location.  I would advise anchoring further left. (Note: we moved our anchor as soon as we saw the problem.)
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Wic
Nov 3, 2016
We have tried two different anchor locations (with webbing) at the top of this climb. This time we did it further to the right but it was NOT a good location; the rope rubs on a sharp edge in this location. I would advise anchoring further left. (Note: we moved our anchor as soon as we saw the problem.)
Wic
Rio Rancho, New Mexico
Wic   Rio Rancho, New Mexico
There is a much better anchor point for setting up webbing about 6 feet to the left of where we rappelled from in this photo. Bring two 20 to 30 foot strands of webbing to wrap around the boulders if you are wrapping the webbing. If you have cams and nuts, you may not need that much. Nov 3, 2016

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We have tried two different anchor locations (with webbing) at the top of this climb.  This time we did it further to the right but it was NOT a good location@SEMICOLON@ the rope rubs on a sharp edge in this location.  I would advise anchoring further left. (Note: we moved our anchor as soon as we saw the problem.)