The Sangre's are magnificent. Camp near the South Colony Lakes, and you have 4-5 beautiful multipitch climbs on really cool congolmerate rock ending on 14000+ summits. The Ellingwood Arete 5.7 is one of the 50 classic climbs of north america-its on Crestone Needle. Also good are the prow on Kit Carson(5.8, crux at the start of the route, but gets more committing as you get into the 5.4 terrain-neat), and the North Pillar on Crestone Needle(sustained 5.8).
There are also some cool looking mixed climbs on Crestone Needle and Crestone Peak-looks like the AI3 5.6 range to me.
Further south in the Sangres there is a 2 km 5.4 ridge(hideously exposed) connecting Blanca and Little Bear that would be exciting. Ropes don't do much good there so be really solid and comfortable with exposure.
Have a great time-this is one of my favorite places in the world.
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