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Member Since: Mar 30, 2012
Last Visit: Mar 1, 2015
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1

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Location: AZ : Southern Arizona : Cochise Stronghold : East Stronghold : Rockfellow Group : ... : Sound of One Hand Thrashing (5.11c/d R)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Mar 1, 2015

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Comments: The first 3 pitches are fantastic and loaded with difficult and committing climbing. The 2nd pitch in particular had some well spaced and questionable protection with plenty of climbing at the grade. Make sure your Stronghold trickery is solid.

Location: AZ : Southern Arizona : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : Pusch Ridge : Table Mountain : Crescent Crack, Left Variat... (5.10-)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Dec 2, 2013

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Comments: Pitch 2 is a RIGHT facing corner and is an absolutely fantastic pitch. I climbed to the end of the rope and belayed behind a ~7 foot tall block on a ledge. The 3rd pitch had nothing resembling "tunneling through a fun chimney" and was more like climbing over loose blocks to fun moves right around a roof. This is a great route.

Location: CA : Southern Sierra : Tollhouse Rock : Tollhouse Rock : Tollhouse Traverse (5.5)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Jun 11, 2012

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Comments: Amazing climb! There is a bolted belay on first pitch now. 60 meter rope makes it to every bolted belay so no need to build anchors or bring a 70 unless desired. Did 3 pitches, the part to summit after the 3rd is nothing. Relaxed climbing with an awesome move over the dihedral (5.7ish)... I loved it!

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