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This area is not new. The bouldering has yet to be listed in mountainproject. This is just the beginning of the bouldering, which seems to see little traffic. The information within drtopo.com for this area and with Tyler McMillen's guide "Tucson Bouldering" are a great reference point for this area. They just touch the surface, as this vast area, known for its sport and trad routes eclipses the bouldering. That being said, the bouldering is extensive, just under-looked. The rock features beautiful contrasts between the granite and the green and black/grey lichen. A combination of abrasive to slick pad friendly and pad-eating rock is in abundance.
See information for driving from the main Cochise Stronghold page. To reach the campground boulders is easy:
15 Total Routes
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Cochise Stronghold Campground and "Cochise Trail" Boulders:
Classic face problem (Nature trail boulder) V1 5 Boulder, 10'
Unnamed V2 - "Walk of Nature Trail" area V2 5+ Boulder, 12'
Unknown (Bathroom boulder) V3 6A Boulder, 10'
The Egg- Nature Loop Area V3+ 6A+ Boulder, 9'
Hollow Flake (Nature Trail Boulder) V3-4 6A+ Boulder, 10'
Leaning Crack V4 - Bathroom/Main Area V4 6B Boulder, 18'
Featured Route For Cochise Stronghold Campground and "Cochise Trail" Boulders
North face of Firepit Rock - Pay Station Area V9 7C PG13 AZ : Cochise Stronghold : ... : Cochise Stronghold Campgrou...
A beautiful 20+ foot line up the obvious overhanging face of the large boulder next to the pay station. The route starts on a left hand undercling, right hand on any of the left-facing pinches. Lunge right hand to the top pinch crimp, set you feet and pop left hand to the obvious shark tooth edge, right hand to the gaston and then up to the chickenhead horn and then a simple toss to the seam over the lip...short easy slab to follow. V8 from a cheat stone(original version), V9 from the obvious le...[more] Browse More Classics in AZ
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