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Mike Gray
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A rock climber's journey through life.
A rock climber's journey through life.

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Another less-than-stellar chapter in the history of America's climbing advocates.

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More alternative truth from the #45 regime

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Unsung Heroes of Smoke Hole: Michael Farnsworth
I first met Mike Farnsworth as I meet most people who impact my life; I was out climbing. My wife Cindy and I had joined some of the other folks spending the afternoon at the little crag of Reed's Creek, just outside Smoke Hole Canyon. A Seneca veteran with...

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A Momentary Lapse of Season: the first ascent of Synergy
First ascent of Synergy, aka, A Momentary Lapse of Season: Wednesday, January 25th saw the Smoke Hole canyon region enjoying another of its sunny mid-winter days, and the Gypsies made lemonade from automotive lemons to get out and climb with visiting trail ...

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Answers to the latest Access Fund post promising pie in the sky and rationalizing bad behavior and individualism over conservation, stewardship and access defense.

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Game of Stones
Game of Stones: First Ascents, Projects, and Crag Etiquette By Mike Gray Bolting Gypsy Conditions in Northern Devil's Canyon, Tonto National Forest, AZ. Photo by Cindy Gray About to create the line Nightshade at the Entrance Walls of Smoke Hole Canyon. It b...

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No Trick, Just a Treat: Rakkup offers Free Trail of the Long Branch/Guide Walls and Reed Creek Guidebooks
Happy Halloween from the Climbers of Smoke Hole and the folks at rakkup.com! Starting tomorrow, download a free two-week trial run of the guidebooks for Long Branch and the Guide Walls or Reed's Creek.  This offer is good through the end of our next Trail D...

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An old climber's take on new routes and the quest to establish them.

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Game of Stones
Game of Stones: First Ascents, Projects, and Crag Etiquette By Mike Gray It begins with a dream; to find a piece of stellar rock, and to make your mark. In some cases, it’s a desire to give back to the community, to expand the number of available climbs to ...
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