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Location: Arizona > Central Arizona > **Prescott Areas > Granite Mountain > Middle Section > Kingpin (5.10 PG13)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Nov 20, 2017

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Comments: I strongly recommend against the hanging belay above the crux corner. Belaying before the crux and linking pitches 2 and 3, or best yet, linking all 3 with a 70m and some simul climbing are much more comfortable options.

Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Cochise Stronghold > East Stronghold > Rockfellow Group > ... > Sound of One Hand Thrashing (5.11c/d R)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Nov 6, 2017

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Comments: After repeating this line a few days ago, I must chime in to say this is not a great route to push your limits on. Run outs on the 2nd pitch, and wingers into a corner on the 3rd are just a few of the exciting things this route has to offer and talk of it being really well protected will get an unprepared climber into trouble (it did on my first attempt!). Bring your tricks and be prepared to send!

Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Oak Creek Canyon > *The Waterfall* > The Left Wall > Dihedral of Dagmar (5.11)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Oct 30, 2017

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Comments: Prepare your self for some careful climbing to and from the excellent fingers in a corner. After the committing traverse away from Smoke Big Doobs, one will encounter wedged blocks of debatable integrity that must be pulled on, and protected in. The climbing after the corner certainly eases a bit but creative protection will be required. Bring a #2 and/or #3 to protect the start.

Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > Alamo Canyon > Leviathan Dome > North Face (5.10c R)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Nov 6, 2016

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Comments: This is an excellent adventure and can be a mostly enjoyable time if a few things are considered.

First off, the route has enough dirt and tall grass in many of the cracks to make you feel like you just did a heavy day of gardening and acquired the diet of a cow. I found some of what should have been the more straight forward pitches to be absolutely terrifying as I could not see holds or gear and had to deal with blades of grass going places no one would ever want. We did a lot of ... more >>

Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Cochise Stronghold > East Stronghold > Rockfellow Group > ... > Sound of One Hand Thrashing (5.11c/d R)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Mar 1, 2015

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Comments: The first 3 pitches are fantastic and loaded with difficult and committing climbing. The 2nd pitch in particular had some well spaced and questionable protection with plenty of climbing at the grade. Make sure your Stronghold trickery is solid.

Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > Pusch Ridge > Table Mountain > Crescent Crack, Left Variat... (5.10-)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Dec 2, 2013

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Comments: Pitch 2 is a RIGHT facing corner and is an absolutely fantastic pitch. I climbed to the end of the rope and belayed behind a ~7 foot tall block on a ledge. The 3rd pitch had nothing resembling "tunneling through a fun chimney" and was more like climbing over loose blocks to fun moves right around a roof. This is a great route.

Location: California > Southern Sierra > Tollhouse Rock > Tollhouse Rock > Tollhouse Traverse (5.5)
By: Jared Guglielmo When: Jun 11, 2012

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Comments: Amazing climb! There is a bolted belay on first pitch now. 60 meter rope makes it to every bolted belay so no need to build anchors or bring a 70 unless desired. Did 3 pitches, the part to summit after the 3rd is nothing. Relaxed climbing with an awesome move over the dihedral (5.7ish)... I loved it!

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