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Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: Last rays of the November sun illuminates Sugarloa...

Last rays of the November sun illuminates Sugarloaf as seen during a descent from The Wedge.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Sugarloaf

Nov 13, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Panoramic view looking south from the summit.

Panoramic view looking south from the summit.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Normal Route (4th)

Nov 13, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: If you are ascending from the east, this is where ...

If you are ascending from the east, this is where you turn right (note climber in upper right). Ascending from the west via the saddle south of the Wedge, turn left here.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Normal Route (4th)

Nov 13, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: This is the gully leading west from the saddle bel...

This is the gully leading west from the saddle below Low Horns 2 and 3. I don't recommend descending this gully, it's loose, steep, and cliffed out.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 2

Nov 12, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Kenny bringing the rest up to the summit of Low Ho...

Kenny bringing the rest up to the summit of Low Horn #2.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6)

Nov 12, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Despite not finding a summit register on Low Horn ...

Despite not finding a summit register on Low Horn #1, we did find this one on #2. It was just sitting out like this, not under a rock or anything. It has been retrieved for archiving.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6)

Nov 12, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Scrambling up the Northwest face.

Scrambling up the Northwest face.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : North West Side (4th)

Nov 6, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: As seen on an early morning approach hike.  Low Ho...

As seen on an early morning approach hike. Low Horn 1 is hidden behind Gertch on the left, 3 is a tiny sharp peak hanging off of 2, 5 is a trifurcated peak with three summits and 6 is the southernmos

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : The Low Horns

Nov 6, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: A lovely rap anchor on the summit of Low Horn 1 (n...

A lovely rap anchor on the summit of Low Horn 1 (note: it's probably 50 years old, it's not fully seated, it's bent...probably fine, right?)

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: The impressive south face of Low Horn 1 from below...

The impressive south face of Low Horn 1 from below the summit of Low Horn 2.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Rapping off the south face of Low Horn 1

Rapping off the south face of Low Horn 1

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: On the knife edge ridge just west of the actual su...

On the knife edge ridge just west of the actual summit of Low Horn #1. Ride-em cowboy.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 1

Nov 6, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: The Northwest face of Low Horn #1 as seen from the...

The Northwest face of Low Horn #1 as seen from the east ridge of Gertch. The brushy crack on the left is easier than the one on the right. Low horn 2 and the rest march off to the right of #1.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : North West Side (4th)

Nov 6, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: On the summit, we'd been watching the storms in th...

On the summit, we'd been watching the storms in the background all afternoon, shortly after this picture was taken, they changed directions, and came right at us (scary).

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Southeast Ridge (5.6)

Oct 19, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Contemplating a one of two muscly block moves on t...

Contemplating a one of two muscly block moves on the left side of the SE arete.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Southeast Ridge (5.6)

Oct 19, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: South face of Razorback as seen from the summit of...

South face of Razorback as seen from the summit of Wildcat (7/3/2010)

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Razorback

Oct 19, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Keys found at Olhausen's Oasis on approach to The ...

Keys found at Olhausen's Oasis on approach to The Tooth/The Wedge.

Forums : Lost and Found : Found keys approach to The ...

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Looking down on P1 from the P2 belay.

Looking down on P1 from the P2 belay.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Looking up from the P2 belay.

Looking up from the P2 belay.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Looking up at P1 of the West Ridge.  The leftmost ...

Looking up at P1 of the West Ridge. The leftmost of the "great parallel grooves" is just visible in the upper right of the photo.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Zack coming out of the "birthing hole" a...

Zack coming out of the "birthing hole" at the top of the "roofed chimney" in the gully to gain the P1 belay ledge.

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: As we climbed the narrow gully towards the start o...

As we climbed the narrow gully towards the start of P1, I stumbled on this guy. We couldn't (safely) get him to move (even coaxing him w/ a stick, he only made one short rattle), so we had to climb a

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Looking up at the West Ridge from the second saddl...

Looking up at the West Ridge from the second saddle described in the Ingraham guide ("You attain a saddle from which you can slip into the narrow gully which mounts between the W Ridges of the We

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Ingraham's guide describes two saddles in his appr...

Ingraham's guide describes two saddles in his approach description. This is the first one: "a clearcut saddle beneath the gendarmes at the end of the W Ridge". The gendarmes clearly visibl

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : The West Ridge (5.7)

Sep 5, 2010

Rock Climbing Photo: Panoramic taken at "the Swale" on the de...

Panoramic taken at "the Swale" on the descent from our Dingleberry/Wildcat/Razorback triple feature (07/03/2010). The Wildcat gully approach crosses over the narrow rib here to the left in

New Mexico : Organ Mountains : ... : Regular Route (3rd)

Jul 24, 2010

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