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Riley N
Jun 25, 2019
I may have left a green alien on Autumn Ivy last weekend. If anyone picked it up I would be happy to reward… View Comment
Riley N
Jun 25, 2019
I may have left a green alien on Autumn Ivy last weekend. If anyone picked it up I would be happy to reward… View Comment
Riley N
Jun 25, 2019
I may have left a green alien on Autumn Ivy last weekend. If anyone picked it up I would be happy to reward… View Comment
Paul Hutton
May 22, 2019
Harder than it looks. The offwidth section was awesome! View Comment
James Owen
Mar 18, 2019
Great photo!!!! View Comment
m.. Fanning
Jan 16, 2019
Did this one shortly after it went up with Andrew. He loved the big obscure routes and this one was special… View Comment
gachen
Aug 7, 2018
Purple 6mm cord added to rap station on lower ledge, 2018-08-04. View Comment
Kerr Adams
Jul 19, 2018
Another option for the approach is to park in the dirt pull out at the last switchback before the crest par… View Comment
William Penner
Apr 30, 2018
Ninjadan, That variant to Autumn Ivy is a project of mine that I am working on. I added the variation a… View Comment
ninjadan
Apr 29, 2018
There appears to be a variation to the end that steps left after the final finger crack where you clip anot… View Comment
Rika J.
Apr 15, 2018
As of 4/14/2018, there is only one piton in the right-facing corner on the 4th pitch. View Comment
George Perkins
Mar 4, 2018
From the Tecolote-Castle gully, you can rap in from the shoulder (recommend, see posted photos, 1 35m rap o… View Comment
George Perkins
Mar 4, 2018
This ridge has great positioning and exposure, and has almost a mountaineering feel to it. Goes free with a… View Comment
Josh Smith
Oct 17, 2017
As always in the Sandias, watch for loose rock, particularly at the start and at the top. View Comment
Josh Smith
Oct 17, 2017
We didn't climb this because we didn't take a 4, 5, and 6, but it looks great. The Hill book doesn&… View Comment
Kerr Adams
Oct 17, 2017
The Second Coming Route Start: 35.21355, -106.45457 View Comment
Rika J.
Oct 8, 2017
If you like adventure climbing and bushwhacking, this one's for you. To echo the comments of the Sandia… View Comment
George Perkins
Oct 2, 2017
We brought and used a #3 and #4 camalot (as very wet conditions yesterday morning caused us to adjust our p… View Comment
farkas.time
Oct 2, 2017
Great route, with 4 pitches of increasing quality. We used 60m half ropes, which seemed extremely useful on… View Comment
Zach Harrison
Sep 9, 2017
Oh god. Left an anchor of two cams and a 48 inch runner on top of Warpy Moople yesterday. If you are a sain… View Comment
Zach Harrison
Sep 9, 2017
Oh god. Left a complete anchor on top of this yesterday. Two cams and a 48" runner. If you are a saint… View Comment
Spacey Hall
Aug 20, 2017
Climbed on 8/19/17. The "bolts" at the first four belays are old school button heads. These shoul… View Comment
Alex Jacques
Aug 13, 2017
My first route in the Sandias, after that I was hooked! View Comment
Matt Zeigler
Jul 2, 2017
I think it's worth noting- on P3, head left to the described undercling immediately after clipping the… View Comment
Bill Lawry
Jun 5, 2017
Description has been rewritten, breaking up the guide-book P3 into two pitches. View Comment
Rika J.
May 8, 2017
If taking the 5.8 variation on P4, watch the large "chockstone" that sticks out from the wall. It… View Comment
David Baltz
Apr 11, 2017
FA Mark Leonard an David Baltz around the same time as Dossier (probably 1989). View Comment
Jon Po
Mar 20, 2017
this looks pretty g... View Comment
James K Haugen
Sep 18, 2016
Climbed the route yesterday, fantastic conditions. Route length: 30m, 50m, 50m, 30m, making the overall le… View Comment
Nick Davis
Aug 23, 2016
The same comment I left on the Cake about the approach: The approach is a bit of a wild bushwhack. We pa… View Comment
Nick Davis
Aug 23, 2016
The approach is a bit of a wild bushwhack. We parked below the summit at the last switch back on the road b… View Comment
The Bavarian
Aug 17, 2016
I would add some recommendations for Pitch 3: 1. Bring 2x #4s for the crack. It takes #3s down low, but… View Comment
Wes Martin
Apr 25, 2016
I also thought this was hard for 5.7; but that is mostly because of difficult route finding and it was cold… View Comment
Wes Martin
Apr 25, 2016
Climbed this yesterday. You can rappel the whole route with a 70 meter rope. The anchors aren't the best bu… View Comment
Nick Hamill
Dec 7, 2015
In early Dec, the first two pitches were still in the shade at 11:30am. Chilly! I think the sun hit them… View Comment
Alex Jacques
Oct 26, 2015
My thoughts on this route: 1. It's Awesome 2. Link pitches as described 3. The OW is not hard, no… View Comment