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Geir Hundal- New Cochise Guide & Annual Elections!!!

Free for the public

***IMPORTANT DATE CHANGE FOR AMC MEMBER MEETINGS: Member meetings for the 2019 calendar are being moved from Mondays to the 4th WEDNESDAY, of every month, 7-9 pm.

The January member meeting features the Annual Election and guest speaker, Geir Hundal. Hundal will bring and discuss his new rock climbing guidebook for Cochise Stronghold. It contains 50 of the area’s most popular multi-pitch climbs ranging from 5.7-5.12. The book features precise pitch-by-pitch descriptions for every route: overhead satellite imagery and clear descriptions of all approaches, formations, and descents; maps, driving directions, camping and accommodation information; a detailed timeline and history of climbing in Cochise Stronghold and, of course, Toofast’s killer topos for every route!
Geir will be offering a book discount for AMC member who show up to vote. In addition, one lucky member present at the meeting will be the winner of this great new guide!!! C’mon, you gotta show up! Rock the vote!

Geir Hundal, a Tucson climber, guide, and climbing instructor, will return to present his new book on Cochise Stronghold rock climbing. Humorously crediting the book to his crag dog, Toofast, Geir wrote the entire book based on firsthand experience. He will share brilliant photos and epic stories he garnered over 15 years in this spectacular place. The book will be available during the evening at a discounted price for AMC members!

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Geir Hundal- New Cochise Guide & Annual Elections!!!

Held by Arizona Mountaineering Club - Since 1964 on 23 January 2019 7:00 PM

***IMPORTANT DATE CHANGE FOR AMC MEMBER MEETINGS: Member meetings for the 2019 calendar are being moved from Mondays to the 4th WEDNESDAY, of every month, 7-9 pm.
The January member meeting features the Annual Election and guest speaker, Geir ... Read More


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Spring 2019 Basic School

The Arizona Mountaineering Club has been teaching outdoor rock climbing for over 50 years. As an all-volunteer organization, AMC is able to offer the most comprehensive training at a very low cost to members. This rock school is for new climbers or anyone who learned from friends, but wants to fill in knowledge gaps and learn the current Best Practices in rock climbing over the course of 4 evenings and 3 all-day weekend sessions.

See our Schools page at http://arizonamountaineeringclub.net/schools/outdoor-rock-climbing-school/ for details and registration.

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