Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Byron Morton around 1989
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Shared By: Anthony Stout on Jan 31, 2006
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Description

Just left of the arete that is "The Ramp (5.7)" on the face. Right of the corner arete formation. Good jugs will lead you all the way to the top.

Protection

Bolts and a little bit of gear in the finger sizes to a bolted anchor.

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Arthur Sullivan
Albuquerque,NM
 
Arthur Sullivan   Albuquerque,NM
 
Big jugs with several rests if you want them. Crux is moving left past the second bolt. Climbers with reach will find this easier. Dec 15, 2008
Orlando  
Just thought I'd mention the long runout after the 5th bolt. It's fairly casual, 5.7ish, but runout nonetheless. Of course, if that doesn't sound like too much fun, it will protect well with a couple of small-medium cams. Feb 8, 2010
Bob Broilo
Socorro, NM
  5.9
Bob Broilo   Socorro, NM
  5.9
It's not as much fun, but you can skip some of the runout by heading right and meeting the bolt above and to the right of the "garden". Prolly a bolt for the other climb. I tried it on a whim last week and it seemed somewhat safer.

We used to stick a stopper near the garden before going left and up. Bomber placement, and pretty easy to carry once you decide what size (I seem to remember #2, but don't bank on that), but I stopped taking the time at some point and usually just run it out. Feb 9, 2010
emmet  
The FA was by Byron Morton around 1989. Aug 25, 2010
David MacKenzie
Albuquerque
David MacKenzie   Albuquerque
P.S.A. -- There's currently no chain on the left bolt hanger at the anchors. Nov 5, 2012