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Member Since: Jul 26, 2009
Last Visit: Jul 1, 2012
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Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
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Location: AZ : Southern Arizona : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... : 6 - Mid-Mountain : Barnum Rock
By: Jenna Ashler When: Sep 6, 2010

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Comments: Great area for moderate sport routes. Barnum is great because the approach is short, <5 mins, and hardly has a climbing party there, even when open for climbing. (Of course, see falcon closures.) I suggest climbing here in the morning, as the sun can be very hot. Or even in later fall/winter. Would be nice for a topo/overhead of the area.


Location: AZ : Southern Arizona : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... : 6 - Mid-Mountain : ... : Ann Bay Lee (5.7+)
By: Jenna Ashler When: Sep 6, 2010

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Comments: Pretty sure Memorial Daze (probably 5.6 - 5.7) is the open book climb you see right as you come up the approach trail. A 5.7 + rating would be too much for the open book.
As far as Ann Bay Lee, I am pretty sure this is the one I did, as I clipped 4 bolts up to the chains. It is just R of the arete (presumably Ranger Danger) that is just right of the open book, presumably Memorial Daze.
This area needs a topo/overhead!


Location: AZ : Southern Arizona : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... : 6 - Mid-Mountain : ... : Lullabye League (5.7+)
By: Jenna Ashler When: Jul 13, 2010

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Comments: I am a newer leader and found this route very fun! I liked the interesting moves, especially the start and the move left onto the arete. I traversed over as soon as I could, and found the moves secure with a big jug for my left hand (hidden until you pull onto arete). Some of my friends started the traverse higher up while on TR, which looked more difficult.


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