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stonefox


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Question about Arizona Climbing guide book.
Is the Falcon Guide: Rock Climbing Arizona the only guide out there or is there another one to look for? I need to buy one, would like your opinions first.
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Leslie


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Need partner for last trip of season to west clear creek for sandstone trad. If not that then other destinations possible.
Scott


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That guide will give you a genral overview of arizona with nothin to detailed. It will leave out areas that are not ofter climbed but still gerat places though. It is a good book to have in general and is the only one for all of AZ. I don't use it too much I like to buy the guide book made for the place which will have all the climbs and most likely not be in the main AZ book. Or just wing it if you feel confident in going without a guide...knowing you might get on something above your level which I think is a good thing cause you usually end up climbing harder without the guide in the first place. Hope this helpsSmile.

Eric


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To my AZ climbing pals:

I'm outta here. Moving back to Colorado in a couple weeks. November 13th, actually.

It'd be great to get another chance to climb with everyone one more time, but I don't think that's possible... timing, logistics of moving, throwing in a few days of work here and there, and so forth.

Thus, if anyone wants to get together for a beer, I'll be meeting some other friends at the Buffalo Wild Wings in Gilbert, at the corner of McQueen and Eliot, this Saturday (Nov 1) around 7pm. I reckon we'll be on the patio, but not certain. If y'all wanna come have a beer and some wings and share lies about peaks bagged and projects sent, please feel welcome.

And y'all keep in touch, too. Holler if you make it up Denver-way. We'll climb.

Always,

-- Jeff/Reno


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dan4geng


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Going to be in Tucson for work from 11/5 to 11/21. Looking for someone in AZ to climb with for the next two weekends. Trad, sport, multipitch... whatever. You can reach me at dan4geng@gmail.com or 215-756-2906.


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Need partners bad, my last one moved away.
hit me up via email
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jack tackle

the jack from new jack city?


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alpenweg wrote:
jack tackle

the jack from new jack city?

I believe they were talking about Jack's Canyon (Northern AZ), which the Jack who developed New Jack City - as far as I know - has nothing to do with.


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Looking for a climbing partner from now until x-mas time? I'm not too picky on the place.


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Looking to climb monday/tuesday the 22nd/23rd close to the valley warmth. Trad, sport whatever.
Scott


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Hi all,

I'm going to be in Tuscon from Dec 30-Jan 1st with my husband, and we'd like to climb in the Mt. Lemmon area. If any locals are willing to show us around, we would be eternally grateful and will buy you beer.

Heather


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ill be in phoenix the 5th to the 14th of Feb, looking for some solid bouldering beta if there is someone kind enough to do so, a partner wouldn't be so bad either! drop me a line at andrewarcher1@gmail.com


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I'll be in the tucson area 13-17 Feb to climb long routes in the stronghold. Contact steve


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I'll be out to climb in the stronghold from13-17 feb. Lead trad to 12A Steve


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Anyone want to climb QC tomorrow? Shoot me a PM.

I'd rather climb than rebuild my patio roof.....Cool

Cheers.
-JB


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Looking for a spring break partner in Cochise for a taste of some of the multipitch routes. Will be there from March 14-21st camping with my wife and two dogs in our Chevy poptop van. Look me up or contact me ahead of time: 208-481-2341 or tod@todandlisa.com


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Looking for people climbing in the mine vicinity in Devils Canyon.. climbed around the Lunar Land area, Pond, Pancake house... Camping overnight Sat ...


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Looking for a partner to climb at Echo Canyon 3/27-3/29 mid-grade sport or second trad.


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I'll be in Tucson Apr 7-13 and hope to climb every day. PM, email dtarman@comcast.net or call 412 736 0896

Doyle


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Trip got cancelled, looks like its going to be 6/8-6/13


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hey i'm in tucson and looking for people to climb with. if you want to go pm me


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Hi all, I'm visiting my bro-in-law in Sedona from 5/4/09 - 18/4/09. I'm from the UK & don't know the area at all, except that there seems to be tons of climbing there, from what I can gather from the forum. Any chance of meeting up with some folks to climb? I'm easy - happy to boulder or do trad and/or sport routes. Hope to see you all!


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Itchyfeet, I sent you a PM.


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Will be arriving Tucson Tuesday the 7th, still looking for midweek partners. Just want to have fun, nothing heavy. I've been climbing in Tucson since 1981, and it's always fantastic. Hope to get out some.

All's well that ends well.

Doyle

PS: I had so much fun, and now it's 36 & fog in PA.

Maybe I'll move back to Tucson. April is very nice there.


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Hey guys,

I just moved to Tempe from Ohio, and know essentially nobody here. I bouldered a lot in college, but I've been out of the game for over a year. I'm just looking for a few people to boulder with. My work schedule is kind of chaotic, so my availability is kind of random. But I'm looking to get out and climb as much as possible. Please email or call/text me if you're interested in meeting up.

Thanks,
Joe

email: joesainato@gmail.com
cell: 330.592.5962

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