Arizona | Cochise Stronghold

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Ringtail Cat
This cute little creature found us eating lunch after climbing Beeline at Cochise Stronghold, AZ. It is called a Ringtail Cat, Miner's Cat, or Civet Cat. Not many will get a chance to see one of...
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Cochise Stronghold Dragoon Mountains
The Dragoon Mountains where Chief Cochise of the Apache Indians lived. You might also like this other video I made of the Gila Cliff Dwellings in New Mexico. www.youtube.com
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Arizona_property.mp4
Our Arizona property at the base of the Dragoon Mountains and Cochise Stronghold - located about 60 miles South East of Tuscon.
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Cochise Stronghold Teaser
A trip with me pal LA Bird drops the deuce from a century plant.This is a teaser before I edit the rest of the video. F-bomb is dropped...
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Beeline
Katherine and I climbed this route at Cochise Stronghold a little while back on a very beautiful day. This video doesn't show the best part of the climb. A nice handcrack thins to fingers on a...
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Climbing Resources
Sunrise/SunsetSunrise / Sunset: 5:39 AM / 6:56 PM
ElevationElevation: 6,233 feet
Climbing Map
Climbing Area Description
Located within the Coronado National Forest and the Dragoon Mountains, Cochise Stronghold is major trad climbing destination in southern Arizona. Characterized by granite domes, quality crack climbing and run-outs, this backcountry area spans a number of crags. Be aware of closures due to raptor nesting from 2/15 to 6/30.

Books:
"Backcountry Rock Climbing in Southern Arizona" (Bob Kerry)
"Climbing Arizona" (Falcon Press)