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An apparently headless Allison leading up El Farol...
Named after the scrumptious New Mexican food restaurant in El Rito and nearly as good as the #2 combo plate with red chile, this route goes up the middle of the Front Porch on increasingly steepening rock. The crux comes just past the fourth bolt with a sequency finger slot layback of sorts.
This is the middle route of three on the Front Porch. A few moves up a detached flake gains a great stance to clip the first bolt.
4 bolts to shared anchors with Into the Gayle. You can clip the last bolt of Into the Gayle (recommended) to add a fifth bolt to this route and protect the move over the upper bulge.
|By Jason Halladay|
From: Los Alamos, NM
Oct 28, 2007
Moderate climbing until the fourth bolt. Making the move past the fourth bolt is definitely the crux. Less sustained than the neighboring routes.