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rastafarout


Feb 28, 2009, 6:35 PM
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Arizona sport multipitch routes  (North_America: United_States: Arizona)
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I'm looking for some good ones at grade:9s 10s,low 11s.
Also looking for the best trad multipitch routes 7s, 8s, 9s.
Anywhere in the state,in middle of march.
Thanks in advance!


el_layclimber


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cochise stronghold


rastafarout


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I see..


mountainjunkie


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Highly recommend Absinthe of mallet or Ewephoria on Sheeps Head down at the Stronghold. I did them both a couple of weeks ago and they were great!! You can find both routs on RC.com and get great topos at www.geir.com, Geir has amazing info on a number of multi pitch routes at all grades on his website.


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sonso45


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sport multi pitch routes are not very big in AZ. Maybe up to 4 pitches in Isolation, some longer mixed routes in Sedona, a few bolted in Cochise (Peacemaker, Stampede on Sheepshead) and not much else. Sport that is.

Trad you have many options, best to decide where you want to go. Sedona has a couple, Cochise many, Mt Lemmon lots.


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lvpyne


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Probably the best option for moderate (5.6-5.10) multi-pitch sport climbing is Tall Wall at Mount Lemmon. Fun, well-bolted 2-3 pitch slab routes.


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rastafarout


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no mas...? Frown


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