Type: Trad, Alpine, 95 ft
FA: John Kear, Nia Torres August 2013
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Shared By: John Kear on Sep 18, 2013
Admins: Jason Halladay, Anthony Stout, LeeAB Brinckerhoff, Marta Reece, Drew Chojnowski

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Access Issue: Seasonal raptor closure for some areas in the Sandias Details

Description

Start just about at the same spot as Dossier, but step L into the L arching corner after the initial moves getting off the ground. There are a few cruxes, first is clearing the roofs and L trending overlaps at the end of the initial corner system.
This section is all good holds and liebacks with steepish. The second crux is more techy with thin gear and less secure climbing. The final section is a nice easier ramble to the anchors.

Location

This route would be the 3rd in from the left end. Same start as Dossier but diverges basically right off the ground. It sits just right of a tall tree growing only a couple feet from the wall.

Protection

Rack up to a number 2 camalot, bring a selection of thin nuts for the upper thin section. The pro is there just small. There is a 2 bolt chain anchor at the top.

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Gotta love a Bon Jovi reference. Was that the video filmed on Castleton or was that Dead or Alive? Sep 20, 2013