Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: David Lucas
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Shared By: Nate Myers on Mar 27, 2009
Admins: Jason Halladay, Anthony Stout, LeeAB Brinckerhoff, Marta Reece, Drew Chojnowski

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Staying left of the bolts keeps the climbing at 5.7, harder if one stays right and follows the arete up. Anchors are slightly right of the route, so cleaning on rappel can be tricky.


As you walk in from the north end of the crag, it is the first fully bolted route on a face without an overhang. It is to the left of a cleft/gully in the rock face.


Well protected with good bolt spacing.


Forrest Wilcox
Las Cruces, NM
Forrest Wilcox   Las Cruces, NM
solo lead Mar 17, 2012
This one is to the left of Dances with Brangi and the other climbs with the small roof. It's the most obvious bolted line and once located you can easily get your barrings on the area knowing that Dances with Brangi is the next bolted line to the RIGHT. Jul 5, 2013
Ian Harris
Las Cruces NM
Ian Harris   Las Cruces NM
He B, typical practice is to not lower, but rather rappel from a setup such as this.
Some crags have equipment to specifically lower off of and must be replaced quite often. By rappelling, there is less frequent maintenance required.
Always communicate with your partner and make sure you know how you're going to get down from a route before stepping off the ground, and always always inspect fixed gear (bolts, chains) for wear before using.

Happy Climbing. Mar 24, 2017