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Mar 27, 2014
Hey Guys,
I know this is a pretty weird topic but, I'm in the process of doing a paper on the Phoenix Climbing History. I'd like to put it together for a more updated version and I haven't seen much in terms of holistic climbing histories. I'd also like to create something that people could use for future guidebooks and bring back an updated version of the Phoenix Rock by Waugh and later Opland.
So, if you guys would like to help, all I'm looking for is some information or areas to look for my research. Anything you guys have to offer would be completely awesome!
Or, if you guys are looking for a climbing partner, I could be free for just about anything!
Thanks!
J-Rog
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Mar 27, 2014
Hey. You should look up Steve Grossman. He is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to climbing history; especially in AZ. I think he spends time on supertopo.com. You could probably pm him there CataStevic
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Mar 27, 2014
Ill keep reading. Chime in Jimmy D and Marquart, and Smelzer!
Steve
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