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U-mound is a collection of granite boulders in the city-owned open space on the east edge of Albuquerque. The climbing ranges from short, contrived, problems on painfully sharp holds to genuine classics like the Manitee Direct, Driftwood, and Wounded Knee. Overall, there are a lot of quality climbs packed into a relatively small but conveniently located crag.