Stonemasters

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The Stonemasters were a group of rock climbers and adventurers in the 1970s, roughly 1973 to 1980, originally based out of Southern California—principally Tahquitz, Suicide Rocks, Joshua Tree—and later, Yosemite National Park. The initial group consisted of the following members: Rick Accomazzo, Dale Bard, Jim Bridwell, Dean Fidelman, Richard Harrison, Mike Graham, Robs Muir, Gib Lewis, Bill Antel, Jim Hoagland, Tobin Sorenson, John Bachar, Lynn Hill, Ron Kauk, Ken Yager and John Long. They were unofficially led by Jim Bridwell.

References[edit]

  • Long, John; Fidelman, Dean (2009). The Stone Masters: California Rock Climbers in the Seventies. T.Adler Books. ISBN 9780984094905.
  • Peter Mortimer, Nick Rosen, Josh Lowell (Directors) (2014). Valley Uprising. Event occurs at 34 minutes 4 seconds. Retrieved May 5, 2019.