Climb Pennsylvania: Rock, Ice, Bouldering and Indoor Walls - 2nd Edition

This no-frills guide takes you to the best cliffs, outcroppings and ice runnels in Pennsylvania.
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  • Author: Curt Harler
  • Softcover; 67 pages; black-and-white photographs
  • Covered Bridge Press; copyright 2007
  • Includes driving directions, a state-wide map with climbing locations, and written descriptions of each area with typical routes
  • Guide is organized by rock climbing, ice climbing, bouldering and indoor climbing

Climb Pennsylvania: Rock, Ice, Bouldering and Indoor Walls - 2nd Edition

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Climb Pennsylvania: Rock, Ice, Bouldering and Indoor Walls - 2nd Edition

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Rated 1.0/5 based on 1 reviews
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by fromNot helpful The book does not include any topos or pictures of routes. The author expects all that use this book to stumble upon these routes and consider them FA's. For a non-local this book is useless. Considering how large some of the crags are in Pa. finding the route just by a brief description of the climb would be very difficult and possibly very dangerous. The description of the book does not mention the lack of topos or pictures which was very misleading. The author's philosophy of everything being an FA negates the purpose of even buying a guide book.
Date published: 2009-01-27

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