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By Chris Wenker
From: Santa Fe
Jan 19, 2010
January 17, 2010. Given the relatively dry past few weeks, we were easily able to drive to the confluence of the Rio de Truchas and the Rio de la Cebolla (about 5 miles up from Truchas), and then made it about another 2/3 mile up the Cebolla in 4wd before the chains became ineffective. A little meadow here provides one of the few turnarounds.
From there, skin up ~6.5 miles w/ 2200 feet gain. Now THAT is an approach; uff da.
We met three local blokes coming down the Cebolla on ATVs as we were headed up, but when we got back to my vehicle at the end of the day, everything was OK.
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