Yelling take, I let out a huge sigh of relief, because I made it past the crux of the climb. Anyways, in this next section ahead of me I have to start climbing from this crummy side pull to another side pull, use that side pull to move my feet up and reach for a crimp. After two more crimps, that you have to hang on to by your fingertips, you move up to a sloper. From that sloper you have to lock off and and get ready to do a dead-point, a move that you ether make it or you fall, over to a ledge.
Last but not least is Cochise Stronghold, Arizona. Cochise Stronghold is an awesome place to climb because we could climb 10 feet from our camper, and there were lots of fun climbs, in which I did four difficult and exhilarating leads. The first day we led a 5.9 and Dad tried leading a 5.10d. Since he led the whole thing cleanly to the crux his arms were too pumped to finish it. Later on I tried climbing it and made it one more bolt up, but wasn't able to do the last hard and tricky moves. Then Dad zoomed up it and completed it! The next day we leap-frogged around, and had an awesome time doing lots of interesting and thrilling climbs. To top it off we woke up early the next morning, and did this fun climb in the brilliant morning light. It has been so much fun climbing and I can’t wait to get back on the wall.