Point 8300 (Mayan Temple) Climber's Log

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JGitz5 - Oct 13, 2019 6:47 pm Date Climbed: Oct 13, 2019

8304 via Pedra Lisa  Sucess!

6.5 miles and 1,800’. Followed Pedra Lisa up about two miles then followed an unmarked trail northeast to get to the base of Peak 8304. The climb up is decently steep and you have to scramble the last 100’ or so. There isn’t to much exposure and the views are definitely worth it.


birdhead - Feb 10, 2013 8:06 pm Date Climbed: Feb 10, 2013

South Face  Sucess!

Climbed up the south face with six others. There are good scrambling opportunities on the face. Cold wind!

Swithich - Sep 15, 2012 6:17 pm Date Climbed: Sep 14, 2012

What Everyone Else Said  Sucess!

This is the best view I've seen of the needle and the shield as well as the area North of the shield which is pretty sparse and secluded. Watch the descent here. The west side is class 4ish in places (actually class 5, but you can avoid it if you are careful). The safest way down in the east ridge which is class 3...but the base is heavily covered in foliage. If you drop off the west side, you foliage is less dense and you have a straight shot for Rincon peak. Took me 30 minutes from 8300 to Rincon Peak.

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Garon Coriz - Nov 21, 2008 5:26 pm

Quick Scouting  Sucess!

Wanted to help my cousin train for cross country so we decided to jog up this one.


davebobk47 - Aug 29, 2008 5:31 pm Date Climbed: Aug 29, 2008

Awsome Views  Sucess!

Great hike with amazing views of the Sandia rock walls. Fun scramble at the top. Highly recommended!


asaking11 - Jun 9, 2008 9:32 pm Date Climbed: Jun 6, 2008

Fun Climb  Sucess!

Fun little hike, great weather. Good views at the top.


MoapaPk - Dec 19, 2007 11:21 am Date Climbed: Sep 5, 1983

long ago  Sucess!

First date is a guess. Went over all the bumps on the ridge, first with my wife, then with friends from work, then...


hans.schenk - Dec 16, 2007 8:53 pm Date Climbed: Dec 15, 2007

Great Winter Climb!  Sucess!

Had a great day with about a foot and a half of snow on Rincon Ridge. I wished I had brought along an ice axe for the summit ridge as it was very rocky and covered with snow which made balance tricky.

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