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Submitted By: George Perkins on Jan 1, 2009
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The main drainage of Pueblo Canyon is home to some of the longer cracks in Los Alamos on welded tuff. 2 of these routes are described in the Jemez Rock guidebook. If you explore the area you'll find many compelling-looking lines. If only the rock was more consistently of high quality.

Getting There 

A number of different approaches can be used to get into Pueblo Canyon, but the shortest way to the high bridge over Pueblo Canyon is off of Olive St. From just north of the high school on Diamond Drive, go east on Orange, park at the PEEC Nature Center, walk down Olive, past the site of an old sewer treatment plant to the bridge. Rappel in to the canyon and climb out.

Other trails lead into the upper parts of Pueblo Canyon and side canyons.

Climbing Season

Weather station 0.7 miles from here

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