This is the first crag you will see after climbing the trail. When you first arrive at the rock you will see a bouldering area which could provide for a few hours of fun. It is covered in graffiti that will make you happy that this culture is less prevalent in other areas. Take a short walk to the left and you will see two distinct cracks with a boulder that creates the best belay spot known to man. This is the main area of the lower crag. There are five routes in this area with more that are less climbed on the trail that continues to the left below the boulder.
Walk 20 steps left when you see rocks. Dumb description here because you shouldn't have trouble finding it.
Weather station 5.4 miles from here
6 Total Routes
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Featured Route For Lower Crag
La Puerta Abierta 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c North America
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Crack just to the right of the Ecuatoriana crack. It is a solid crack climb the entire way up with a slight stretch of the left arm to reach the bolts on your left. The anchors and bolts after the lip about half way up are shared with Ecuatoriana. Make sure you feed your rope through the anchor left to right so that the rope connected to the climber falls nicely on the crack. The crux is few moves past the lip, almost at the end of the route....[more] Browse More Classics in International
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