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Nov 5, 2010
I have weekend rock, and the falcon guide, but it seems there are abunch of routes on this site that aren't in those books. Is there anything else available?? Nick Weinberg
From Essex, NY
Joined Sep 1, 2009
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Nov 5, 2010
Backcountry Rock Climbing in Southern Arizona by Bob Kerry. But even that book is only a drop in the bucket for the climbs there!

Edit: it is on Amazon here

But it is $$$
kBobby Hanson
From Spokane, WA
Joined Oct 5, 2001
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Nov 5, 2010
it's also online at
(contains scans of every page in the book as JPG files)
nick serrano
From Albuquerque, NM
Joined Dec 26, 2009
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Nov 6, 2010
Go to the pages on Cochise and then download all the Toofast Topos. Those are the best at this time and unless you will be there for a long time you will have plenty of climbing. 1Eric Rhicard
Joined Feb 15, 2006
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Nov 6, 2010
I doubt Tdog could pull his notes apart. Colin Cox
Joined May 13, 2008
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Nov 7, 2010
Just look up. If the climb looks fun do it. Use your mental guidebook. Actually use those climbing skills and just go up. If you have trouble aid threw or bail. Thats how u do it. dale polen
From arivaca, az
Joined Jan 29, 2008
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