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Long/Lat: -100.596914, 25.959168
- Unique Features And Strengths:
High quality desert limestone, a lot of friction and smooth with your skin.
This is about 30 minutes northwest from "El Potrero Chico", on a different formation. Also lots of room for development.
Walk uphill from the parking area on the obvious trail that zig-zags up straight to the wall
|1||La Primera Vez||5.11b||6|
|4||The Old Ring Route / (Unknown)||5.10d||1024m,|
34 meters right of Carlito's Spray. After first bolt follow the left bolted line and climb left of the gray streak to chain anchor at the top of the gray streak.This one is a steep pumpfest!
Set by Jeff Jackson & Dan Durland
|8||Ave de Rapina||5.12d|
|9||Crawling King Snake||5.13d|
|10||Crawling King Snake Variation||5.14a|
|11||The Sick Dimension||5.14b|
|14||Project 3 (Gray Streak)|
|15||Project 4 (Jeff)|
|18||German Route #1||5.11b|
|19||German Route #2||5.10b|
To reach the last five routes on this wall take a right once you hit the wall coming from the parking area. This route is the first line of bolts on the left. Climb straight up on small edges and side pulls to the chain anchor.
Hechicera / Necesito Mi Padre
3 meters right of 'Unknown'. Climb the clean face up and trend right to chain anchor under small cactus.
|22||Cat Gut / The Alvinator||5.10d||1030m,|
Cat Scratch Fever
3 meters right of 'Cat Gut'. Follow obvious black water streak to cold shut anchor. The climb starts with a slab and quickly turns into a vertical face climb. Clipping the 3rd bolt is a little sketchy because the fall is directly over the slab start. There is an intermediate anchor for rapping down.
This is the farthest right bolt line. Climbs the clean face for five pitches to the ridge on top of 'Culo de Gato'. This is the only route here that summits the ridge.
Long/Lat: -100.587814, 25.952013
Technically this crag is not part of Culo de Gato, but is another buttress in the same formation.
|1||Crescent Moon Buttress||5.10a||8200m,|