Looking up at the Big Enchilada area from about halfway down to the river.
I followed a dry river bed to this point where it pours over the River Crag Wall. Most of the climbing potential is to the left of this spot.
The one route I saw is in the center of this photo. Looks like you place gear in the horizontal crack and then clip two bolts on the face.
Same shot, portrait view.
This looks like it has some fun lines. Reminds me of the rock in the Grotto across the river.
Most of the cracks flare but they would take gear in many spots.
Loads of FAs to be had!
Relaxed angle and good holds would make this area a fun beginners area.
View of the wall from the bank of the Rio Grande.
El Rio Grande. Muy bonita!
Very easy, low angle rock here would also be fun for beginners placing gear.
A surprisingly well-defined trail with carins along the river.