Avg: 3.6 from 129 votes
|Type:||Sport, 120 ft (36 m)|
|FA:||Bertrand Gramont & Phil Simon 10/87|
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|Shared By:||Anthony Stout on May 5, 2006|
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New Mexico CRAG (NMCRAG) will continue to be in contact with the ranch owners and the Forest Service to see if it can resolve this issue. In the meantime, please respect the closure, spread the word and don't attempt to drive through the private ranch.
One can continue to the top from the midpoint anchors, but if done it will be helpful to have a 70m rope. Run out but easy climbing up there.
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As of May 16, 2018 there is not a nut holding the hanger on at the 3rd bolt. Watched a gust of wind blow the hanger off with a quickdraw attached to it while my buddy was up the 8th bolt. We couldn’t find the nut, but we left the hanger at the base of the climb. For some, this may change the climb with a slabby crux being protected here with potential for decking. All it needs is a nut, a little locktite, a wrench, and some elbow grease to be repaired, but alas we only had elbow grease with us.