||From Del Norte drive East towards Monte Vista. At about 6.5 miles you will come to a little scenic stop with rocks carved to look like Wagon Wheels, Animals, and stuff. This is the Old Spanish Trail turn off. Take the Old Spanish trail road and follow it for just around six miles to Nicomodes Gulch. The road will pull up to an obvious cliff band with bolts. There are some routes before the forest service fenceline. If you continue past the fenceline for maybe a 100 yards the road pulls next to the main cliff band with a nice pullout. A quarter mile down the road there is another cliff band with a couple of bolted slab routes. This seems to be the last developed spot in the vicinity. This is open your trunk and belay cragging at it's best. This is forest service land so you can camp where you want. Be sure to stay on the Old Spanish Trail road on your way in. There is an AK47 toting loony who loves to fire shots first and ask questions later if you tresspass on his land. Fortunately his land is easily avoided.