One Hundred Years of Solitude
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A long-abandoned project reclaimed on New Mexico's 100th birthday.
Like most climbs at the Sewer Crag, begin by scrambling through a sizable choss band, clipping a couple of bolts just to be safe. The climbing begins in earnest at the third bolt as the rock morphs into the bullet basalt endemic to White Rock and the wall steepens to vertical. Cool pockets lead to a tricky crux on the arete at bolt 5 and more sustained climbing to the anchors.
The third bolted route you come to at the crag. The arete/face a few feet right of Hey, Is There Anybody In There?
6 bolts to anchors equipped with lowering carabiners.
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