Dead Horse/Cow Crags
Avg: 1 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, 150 ft|
|FA:||Todd Gordon, Brian Povolny, Henry Thompson, Alan Beatie, Jody Brown, Steve Prakken, David Ek, Jeff Hamlen, Dave Evans, Jim Angione, Lorie Graf, Doug S|
|Page Views:||754 total · 6/month|
|Shared By:||toddgordon Gordon on May 19, 2007|
|Admins:||Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick|
Access Issue: Closed. Details
It is presently illigal to climb on the Navajo Indian Reservation. These climbs are listed here for historical purposes only.
This is a pair of crags with a number of crack climbs. You can drive right up to these crags, and most of the climbs are strenous, wide, sandy, or all of the above. The climbs are all 5.9 or 5.10;...They are loosely listed in Eric's desert Rock Guide. They have names like Dream of Dead Horses (5.10c), Dark Horse (5.9), Dark Horse Revenge (5.9), Zen and the Art of Dead Horse Maintenance (5.9), Mr. Ed is Dead (5.10b), Winnie The Pooh (5.9), They Shoot Horse, Don't They? (5.8), Cosmic Carcas (5.9), Troll Meets Mr. Ed (5.10a), Where Dead Horses Dare (5.9+), and other unnammed routes too. A cool place to scar up your hands on some steep, short, sandy, slippery, strenous cracks in a quiet beautiful setting with no approach. The name of the crags comes from the obvious; a dead horse, and a dead cow.