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Member Since: Feb 14, 2009
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Location: International : South America : Chile : Valle Cochamó
By: Josh Cook When: Nov 8, 2011

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Comments: About a year ago I tried my hand at writing an article about the lessons I learned while putting up First Ascents in Valle Cochamo, Chile in 2010. Unfortunately, none of the climbing mags responded to my emails (the sound of the world's smallest violin, I know). However, I thought I'd still try and put it out to the community in case you're looking for a quick read or are interested in Cochamo.

Thoughts and feedback are always welcome.

Here's the link:
The Fickle First Ascent... more >>


Location: Trad Climbing : Lessons Learned : Post : Photo
By: Josh Cook When: Aug 12, 2011

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Comments: I remember a less confident face when the gear pulled...


Location: CO : Crested Butte : Skyland Boulders : Red Sky Boulder aka Portrai... : Portrait of an Artist (V4)
By: Josh Cook When: Sep 7, 2009

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Comments: I believe the first ascent was Chris Cory back in 2001 or 2002. He was climbing with the then local Nic Heidinger. The three of us cleaned Portrait and Chris was the first to send.


Location: CO : Morrison/Evergreen : Morrison Boulders : The Dark Side
By: Josh Cook When: Feb 19, 2009

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Comments: I have just added some very classic MoSo climbs to the database. The names I have chosen are names that myself and other locals of the area have used for the past 8+ years and have started to become the de facto names of the problems. I realize that we are most likely not the first ascentionists of many of the lines (if not all) and therefore do not have the right to replace names of ones that may or may not exist. I merely hope to give recognition to really good problems and provide a means of ... more >>