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[TR] Cochise, AZ - Endgame & WML 12/7/2009

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Trip: Cochise, AZ - Endgame & WML

 

Date: 12/7/2009

 

Trip Report:

Saw a post inquiring about AZ winter climbing somewhere in this forum. This is a tr from 2 days of climbing in Cochise about a month ago that I posted on summitpost. Cold but climbable - this whole area closes for nesting in the spring though (Feb or March??):

 

East Cochise

 

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Very cool! Great tales and photos.

 

Yeah, that was my query - I'm headed down there in two weeks. WML is definitely on the list and perhaps Endgame should be as well, if we get a warm day anyway. Lots of great-looking stuff out there that isn't in my '91 edition of the Kerry guidebook.

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thanks Curt. even if you're there after nesting closures go in, the other side (west, eg. Sheepshead for example) offers more options (not to mention free camping). enjoy.

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if you don't already know, the 2nd edition (1997) of the s. arizona guide is here:

http://www.climbaz.com/Backcountry/backcountry.html

Good call rat. Checked Amazon to see if there was a recent edition but that's the latest and it's out of print, with used copies going for $40 to $100+! Not critical, since there's lots of good beta and topos linked to the Mtn Project site.

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