One sunny south facing problem, then a few on the north-east face tucked back behind some trees. Impressive north-west facing arete is unclimbed, as is the seemingly blank south-east face (there are shallow pockets up there).
About 50 left of the Tree Slab.
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Lost Descent V5 6c Boulder, 15'
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What's the Scoop V7 7a+ Boulder, 15'
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Soft Fluffy Bunnies V8-9 7b+ NM : Jemez Valley Area : ... : Lost Descent
One of the best problems in Ponderosa. Start as for the Slappy Problem on an OK right edge and a sloping 1 1/2 finger pocket near the right side of the face. Make the first slap up left and jump to the square cut hold out right. Then instead of topping out, surf the big sloping rail out right. From the end of the rail work up the overhung face and arete to the point of the boulder. A somewhat hidden left side pull jug over the lip leads to a top out on some harder to find scoops and edges. Turn ...[more] Browse More Classics in NM
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