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This wall offers several high quality moderates, and makes for a great place to warm up or spend a hot morning. The routes here tend to be very cerebral for the grade, and good balance and footwork will prove beneficial. The cliff faces southwest, so receives morning shade, though not as much as The Broken Arrows.
This wall is on the right side of the canyon, at the very 'end', just before the granite disappears and the NM desert returns. Park as for the Second Tunnel Area, or, just after the end of the canyon there is a large pullout on the left. Locate the wall from the road, then identify the appropriate path through the weeds and cross the river. The bulk of the routes are on the right end of this cliff, but Rink Rinker Fink requires extremely dry conditions or a belay from the river. The river crossing here is not as casual as for the Broken Arrows, so better to come on a lower-water day.
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Leftist Tendencies 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a Sport, 1 pitch, 55'
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Leftist Tendencies 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a NM : Jemez Valley Area : ... : Dr. Seuss Wall
The longest route on this end of the Suess wall is not quite as good, nor as hard, as its neighbors, but offers a good outing none the less. Begin on the far right end of the wall, and ascend parallel vertical ribs of rock in a snaking fashion up and around the buttress to the right....[more] Browse More Classics in NM
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