This is a view of most of the Big Block crag from ...
Fast-access sport climbing on limestone right outside of Abq. Usually shady.
From I-40, travel south on HWY 337 / (a.k.a. south 14), for about 4.5 miles. The crag is on the right and is obvious from the road as there is a big cube detached from the main wall and laying on one corner. Hike down and across the stream bed.
Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Big Block:
Start off of a block that sticks out of the main horizontal under the roof and make along move to a triangular hold over the lip. Match or reach up left to the first sidepull and go again to the second. Get your feet up and make a barndoor dynamic move to a sharp square cut edge, match on another edge and move up to the big horizontal. Drop off....[more]Browse More Classics in NM
Actually there is a little known published guide by - I think - none other than Matt Samet circa 90's. The routes even have names. I think StoneAge has a copy somewhere, it would be nice to see it online.