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Member Since: Nov 17, 2009
Last Visit: Dec 3, 2014
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
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Location: Jeffery : Alaska : Photo
By: Dave Lynch When: Mar 12, 2014

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Comments: That looks like the Trolls in Little Switzerland. Pika Glacier right?


Location: AK : Anchorage & South Central A... : Anchorage & South Central I... : Portage : Five Fingers (WI3-4) : Photo
By: Dave Lynch When: Apr 20, 2013

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Comments: That's my buddy Chuck leading the second from the left climb.


Location: AK : Anchorage & South Central A... : Anchorage & South Central I... : Portage : Five Fingers (WI3-4)
By: Dave Lynch When: Apr 20, 2013

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Comments: I climbed here around a dozen different times between 2007 and 2012. Never was crowded. There are actually six full pitch climbs that formed up every year. All within 40 yards of each other. I've never seen more than three of the climbs being utilized in one day, and if you drive five miles in either direction you'll find more WI3 to WI5 ice single or multipitch routes. Bottom line - you never have to wait for a climb.


Location: AK : Anchorage & South Central A... : Anchorage & South Central I... : Hunter Creek
By: Dave Lynch When: Apr 10, 2013

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Comments: Harry's Big Adventure and Split Finish are both around 500 ft climbs. Couple other multipitch routes in this spectacular canyon. Plan on long days & don't forget your headlamp. I've never hiked out in daylight.


Location: AZ : Southern Arizona : Cochise Stronghold
By: Dave Lynch When: Nov 18, 2009

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Comments: My climbing partner and I are coming down from Alaska to take a winter break from ice climbing. Planning a trip to Cochise Stronghold January 11th through the 21st. What's the weather like this time of year? Looking for easier Trad climbs up to 5.7 and Sport climbs up to 5.9. We both like multi-pitch climbs. Any suggestions? Also considering Baboquivari Peak - do we need bring crampons, ice tools or an ice axe this time of year? Dave Lynch, Eagle River, Alaska