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Toofast Topos: 50 Multipitch Climbs In Cochise Stronghold



Geir Hundal
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Published in 2014 and available as a hardcopy or PDF, Toofast Topos: 50 Multipitch Climbs In Cochise Stronghold features 50 of the most popular routes in the Dragoon Mountains. Features include:

  • Toofast's topos reworked for the 226 page book
  • Precise pitch-by-pitch descriptions for every route, ranging in difficulty from 5.7 to 5.12
  • Overhead satellite imagery and clear descriptions of all approaches, formations, and descents
  • Maps, driving directions, camping and accommodation information
  • Detailed timeline and history of climbing in Cochise Stronghold
  • Foreword by Steve Grossman

The author is a Cochise Stronghold fixture and frequent Mountain Project contributor.
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Cochise Stronghold: Rock Climbing on the West Side



Tanya Bok / Trundlestone Productions, LLC
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Published in 2016, Cochise Stronghold: Rock Climbing on the West Side covers the west side in beautiful detail.

Features include:
  • 200 full color pages with vivid photos, accurate topos, and detailed route descriptions
  • 375+ routes comprising 550+ pitches, many previously unpublished
  • Singular access to route names and details

The author spent years climbing and photographing in the Stronghold to make this guide.
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Cochise Stronghold: Rock Climbing on the East Side



Tanya Bok /
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Published in 2017, Cochise Stronghold: Rock Climbing on the East Side features 475+ routes and and thousands of pitches to include ALL the areas you know are out there but have never been published before.

- Full color, stunning photography, in a 275 page book.
- The pitch-by-pitch descriptions include gear and bolt count.
- Hundreds of multi-pitch climbs in easy to follow color coding in difficulty from 5.5 to 5.12.
- Turn by turn descriptions with GPS coordinates to navigate all of those nooks and cranny approaches.
- Funny stories, writing, and history share the personality of the area.

"Few climbers know the spectacular classic lines, and the quiet nooks and crannies of this wonderful place as well as Tanya Bok. I spent several hours with it this morning and am blown away by how beautifully spectacular it is. It is the best guidebook I think I have ever put my hands on – the effort and care you invested shines through on each and every page –gorgeous! Dave Baker"

The author is a Cochise Stronghold first ascensionist, explorer, and always ready to have a good time.

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