Type: Trad, 175 ft (53 m)
FA: ?, pre-1981
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Shared By: Chris Wenker on Aug 24, 2009
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Access Issue: Some rocks in this area are on private property. Be respectful when crossing private land. Details
Access Issue: Access Issue for Areas in BLM Taos Field Office Lands Details


Yes, I know it's spelled wrong, but that's the route name as listed in the 1981 guide. As far as I can reconstruct from the old description, this seems to be the route.
Ascend the black licheny face, wending through a series of horizontal seams and overlaps. After passing by a mild surprise near the top, find a way to obtain the summit of Mosaic Rock. May be on the soft side of 5.8, but I left it as rated in the old guide.


This shady line lies on the north face of Mosaic Rock, about 50 yards west of Summer Dreams. The route starts in a little swale between Mosaic Rock and a granite fin that abuts the dome (called "Eagle Rock" in the old guide). There's a big broken chimney just to the left, and a hard-looking thin face just to the right. Descend the standard walk-off.


Single set of cams to #3 Camalot. This would have been an interesting lead on just nuts and hexes....
Gear anchor on top.