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The right-side of the canyon.

Access issues inherited from El Potrero Chico

Most of the climbing here is in a State Park and there is no fee to enter. Please help maintain a clean environment in order to help maintain these privileges. Respect the local land people by packing out what you pack in.

Approach

Go up on the right side of the gully or follow the North Wall and cross over just above Club Mex Wall.

Ethic inherited from Nuevo León

Please don´t litter, some crags like LaHuasteca are a little runout, but thats how they were set, please avoid adding bolts. Rebolting efforts are much apreciated, just send a heads up to the local climbing comunity for safety reasons.

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Obvious wide crack at top of canyon. Vegetated. Trad, but might have bolted belays.

5.10d if you just climb the crack and don't use the arete.

Climb the slab into the crack up above, if you have trad gear I would recommend using it on the big runout.

Ed says 5.11a, Dane says 5.12. Climb it and see?

On the right end of the upper flake. Small features and cracks lead you to the top of the pillar.

FA: Rick Ross & Dane Bass

Climbs up solid grey rock just left of Tami's Pillar. Has a name plate at the start.

FA: Josh Perhal & Mike Burdon, 2017

Set 2017

Climbs the east end of the pillar. Also used to access Plum Wall.

Climbs the face and crack on the front (south) side of Tami's Pillar. Share's anchor with Tami's Pillar.

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