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Dec 26, 2013

All of the horns in view on our approach hike 9/22/12.  Left to right:  Razorback, Spire, Spike, LH6, LH5 (5d, 5c, 5b, 5a), LH4, LH3, LH2, LH1, and the saddle above Big Windy Canyon.

All of the horns in view on our approach hike 9/22/12. Left to right: Razorback, Spire, Spike, LH6, LH5 (5d, 5c, 5b, 5a), LH4, LH3, LH2, LH1, and the saddle above Big Windy Canyon.

NM : Organ Mountains : The Low Horns

Sep 23, 2012

Marta standing on the summit of 5.c, taken from the summit of 5.d.

Marta standing on the summit of 5.c, taken from the summit of 5.d.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 5

Sep 23, 2012

The north face of Low Horn 5 as viewed from the summit of Low Horn 4.

The north face of Low Horn 5 as viewed from the summit of Low Horn 4.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 5

Sep 23, 2012

Marta Reece scrambling up to the NE ridge of low horn #4.

Marta Reece scrambling up to the NE ridge of low horn #4.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Low Horn 4

Sep 23, 2012

Marta Reece walking up the narrow east ridge of Low Horn 3. The ridge is significantly narrower than it appears in this perspective.

Marta Reece walking up the narrow east ridge of Low Horn 3. The ridge is significantly narrower than it appears in this perspective.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : East Ridge (5.4)

Sep 23, 2012

Marta Reece leading up the east gully between Low Horns 2 and 3.  She chose the tunnel option (under the large chock stone), but with packs on, it was a bit of a squirm for me.

Marta Reece leading up the east gully between Low Horns 2 and 3. She chose the tunnel option (under the large chock stone), but with packs on, it was a bit of a squirm for me.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : 2-3 Saddle (5.2)

Sep 23, 2012

Your only pro for about 20m of runout on slab climbing.  This is not the only runout on the route.  From here it's another 20m to the next set of bolted anchors, you get good pro as you approach the anchors, but the climbing is more solid, so you might as well run it out to the anchors.  By the way, you don't have to go to this bolt, so many variations on the route, but if you are following the 'bolted anchor' version of the route, you should. <br /> <br />There are a few bolts on the route that should be upgraded, and this is one of them.

Your only pro for about 20m of runout on slab climbing. This is not the only runout on the route. From here it's another 20m to the next set of bolted anchors, you get good pro as you approach the a

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6 R)

Sep 1, 2012

Looking up at our 5th pitch.  We went right, protected at the crack, then run-out up and right to a set of bolts.  Another option is to head straight up to the roof, then traverse right to the same set of bolts.  you face a long run-out in either case on easy climbing.  On a previous climb, we went straight up just right of the roof on scary run-out ground to the right facing overlap further up.

Looking up at our 5th pitch. We went right, protected at the crack, then run-out up and right to a set of bolts. Another option is to head straight up to the roof, then traverse right to the same se

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face (5.6 R)

Jul 8, 2012

View of a cloudy Sugarloaf on our approach hike July 7, 2012.  We had nice cool climbing for the first 6 pitches (to big bivy ledge), watching storms carefully, we bailed two pitches too late and got caught in a brief thundershower on the rappel.  Amazing amounts of water pouring off the face for a short while.

View of a cloudy Sugarloaf on our approach hike July 7, 2012. We had nice cool climbing for the first 6 pitches (to big bivy ledge), watching storms carefully, we bailed two pitches too late and got

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Sugarloaf

Jul 8, 2012

Lion vs. dog print.

Lion vs. dog print.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Comment

Mar 31, 2012

Old summit register (see comment)

Old summit register (see comment)

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The Retaining Wall

Oct 24, 2011

Looking at The Retaining Wall from the summit of The Organ Needle.  The route is shown.  The actual summit is the jumble of boulders in the top center of the photo, or possibly the slanting block just to it's right.

Looking at The Retaining Wall from the summit of The Organ Needle. The route is shown. The actual summit is the jumble of boulders in the top center of the photo, or possibly the slanting block just

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Face, Hummingbird Sad... (5.4)

Oct 24, 2011

Looking up the summit plane of The Cwm from near the bottom where the west ridge route comes up.  It's hard to get a feel for the angle of the plane here, maybe 30 degrees(?), it can be walked, but you will occasionally put a hand down for balance (you'll want some shoes with good rubber).

Looking up the summit plane of The Cwm from near the bottom where the west ridge route comes up. It's hard to get a feel for the angle of the plane here, maybe 30 degrees(?), it can be walked, but yo

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The Cwm

Oct 15, 2011

On our hike out (back down to Aguirre Springs), looking up the approach Gulley.  LtoR:  Middle Rabbit Ear (w/ the church key looming over the MRE/NRE col), North Rabbit Ear, The Cwm, and Last Peak.  As can be seen in the photo, there is some boulder scrambling to get up the approach gulley.  One of several micro-pine forests is partially obscuring The Cwm.

On our hike out (back down to Aguirre Springs), looking up the approach Gulley. LtoR: Middle Rabbit Ear (w/ the church key looming over the MRE/NRE col), North Rabbit Ear, The Cwm, and Last Peak. A

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The Cwm

Oct 15, 2011

The moon is setting during our early morning approach hike.  From left to right:  Middle Rabbit Ear, North Rabbit Ear, The Cwm, Last Peak, and Nordspitz.

The moon is setting during our early morning approach hike. From left to right: Middle Rabbit Ear, North Rabbit Ear, The Cwm, Last Peak, and Nordspitz.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The Cwm

Oct 15, 2011

Sorry 'bout the fingers in the picture, I couldn't shade the camera from the sun and keep my fingers out.  Anyhow, photo shows the middle of the route, If done in 3 pitches, P1 out of view, and P3 goes behind the ridge where the line ends (taken from the Cwm/Last peak Saddle).  The harder variation I mention climbs the clean looking ridgeline right of the red line.

Sorry 'bout the fingers in the picture, I couldn't shade the camera from the sun and keep my fingers out. Anyhow, photo shows the middle of the route, If done in 3 pitches, P1 out of view, and P3 goe

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : West Ridge (5.5)

Oct 15, 2011

Here's Marta, coming up to finish our 3rd pitch (could be the finish of a second pitch).  The Cwm/Last Peak saddle jut out of the shade in the far upper right of the photo.  From here one could scramble to the summit, we stayed roped up because we just didn't know.

Here's Marta, coming up to finish our 3rd pitch (could be the finish of a second pitch). The Cwm/Last Peak saddle jut out of the shade in the far upper right of the photo. From here one could scramb

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : West Ridge (5.5)

Oct 15, 2011

Marta Reece leads out on our second pitch after leaving the big ledge, there's some steep but easy (5.5) climbing with good exposure.

Marta Reece leads out on our second pitch after leaving the big ledge, there's some steep but easy (5.5) climbing with good exposure.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : West Ridge (5.5)

Oct 15, 2011

I found this image on the web, hopefully the photographer doesn't mind it's use here.  The Cwm is the steeper of the two inclined plane peaks to the left (North) of the massive NRE, and is illuminated by the sun.

I found this image on the web, hopefully the photographer doesn't mind it's use here. The Cwm is the steeper of the two inclined plane peaks to the left (North) of the massive NRE, and is illuminated

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : The Cwm

Oct 15, 2011

Upper rap anchors for the "south face direct" rap route off of North Rabbit Ear.  1st station is a 3/8" bolt and an old rusty but solid piton (a second piton is not normally used).  2nd station is two 1/2" bolts (see picture under Boyer's Chute route).  This route (a single rope rap followed by a double rope rap) leaves you at the saddle between North and Middle Rabbit ears (below the church key on MRE).  Descend west through a steep brushy gully to Rabbit Ears Canyon.

Upper rap anchors for the "south face direct" rap route off of North Rabbit Ear. 1st station is a 3/8" bolt and an old rusty but solid piton (a second piton is not normally used). 2nd

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : North Rabbit Ear

Sep 25, 2011

This photo gives some sense of scale to the "Church Key" on Middle Rabbit Ear.  Zoom in, and you can see Nate on rappel, with Marta standing on a shoulder as they descend the Church Key after climbing the West Ridge (apparently by a harder variation)

This photo gives some sense of scale to the "Church Key" on Middle Rabbit Ear. Zoom in, and you can see Nate on rappel, with Marta standing on a shoulder as they descend the Church Key afte

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Middle Rabbit Ear

Sep 25, 2011

We descended one gully to the south of what's shown in the topo.  Getting to the gully was an adventure, but except for this guy, uneventful going down.

We descended one gully to the south of what's shown in the topo. Getting to the gully was an adventure, but except for this guy, uneventful going down.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Orgy (5.6)

Sep 18, 2011

Looking back at the traverse pitch (pitch 4).  There is one spicy exposed move (protectable), then smooth sailing.  There may be an alternative by going around to the right of the very top of the east buttress, but we didn't try that.

Looking back at the traverse pitch (pitch 4). There is one spicy exposed move (protectable), then smooth sailing. There may be an alternative by going around to the right of the very top of the east

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Orgy (5.6)

Sep 18, 2011

Looking up at the 1st pitch.  Climb in the gulley for a few moves, then exit right and head for the tree.

Looking up at the 1st pitch. Climb in the gulley for a few moves, then exit right and head for the tree.

NM : Organ Mountains : ... : Orgy (5.6)

Sep 18, 2011

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