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Table of contents

1. Padre Springs Canyon 2 routes in Crag

Summary:
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seasonality
Top Rope and Trad

Long/Lat: -105.773234, 35.504702

Unique Features And Strengths:

Good for solitude.

Description:

This a sandstone canyon, with climbs and potential climbs that are 20 to 45' high. Rock quality varies from good to fragile or suspect.

Approach:

The canyon is remotely located in Glorieta Mesa about 5 miles south of Golrieta as the crow flies. Access is through a maize of 2WD and 4WD roads. Park by the west fork of the canyon at: 35.50507 X 105.77498 and hike east along cairns to the main canyon.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Twelfth of Never

Up alcove in middle of the southernmost large buttress on the western wall. Go left under roof and up to finish.

FA: Jim Olsen & Fritz Devendorf, 2012

5.7Trad 40ft Jim Olsen 1 years ago

I first planned to climb about 6 to 10 feet to the right on the bulge of the buttress, but questi...

2 * no name

Below big tree about 15' back from middle of long straight section of western cliff wall. I recommend top-roping it. No places to put in pro.

5.7Top rope 25ft Jim Olsen 1 years ago

Fritz firsted it on toprope. Then I toproped it

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.7 ** Twelfth of Never Trad 40ft
* no name Top rope 25ft