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Bolting routes in Cochise is generally avoided, not because of any lack of possible lines, but because of ethics.  Here is a portion of a 100-200 foot wall full of plates and gator skin.  The extremely featured face is viewed from the End Pinnacle summit.  Photo taken by Kelly Hartman.
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Stefan Doucette
Jan 29, 2008
Bolting routes in Cochise is generally avoided, not because of any lack of possible lines, but because of ethics. Here is a portion of a 100-200 foot wall full of plates and gator skin. The extremely featured face is viewed from the End Pinnacle summit. Photo taken by Kelly Hartman.  
1Eric Rhicard
Tucson
1Eric Rhicard   Tucson
Probably 2 or 3 routes up it already. Camo bolts are hard to see. Dec 5, 2011
Charles Perry
Fort Collins
Charles Perry   Fort Collins
Have not been in CS for years. Some of the lines I looked at and attempted seemed to be devoid of protection. Is there a guide book now that would outline routes where bolts were added? Feb 4, 2014
Yes Charles there is. The West Side is done and the East Side will soon be released. Hope you come back and check it out again. New Guidebook link Jan 7, 2017

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