A small sandstone crag on the outskirts of Gallup, NM. A short drive and 2 minute approach hike, combined with fairly good quality rock and routes. Definitely worth a stop if you are passing through.
Exit I-40 at Exit 16, then head west on Route 66 out of Gallup. The first road on the right is Mentmore Rd, take this turn and cross some railroad tracks and go over a small bridge. Take the first left after the bridge on a paved road, go up then down a hill, then at the base of the hill, go straight through the fence opening (rather than the sharp right turn in the road). Follow the short dirt road to the parking area, the crag will be obvious in the distance.
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