Beehive Ice: A Guide to Utah's Ice and Mixed Climbs

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Containing more than 775 routes, Beehive Ice is a comprehensive guide to Utah's frozen winter wonderland: drytool caves, single-pitch pillars, gullies, and even 1000 ft. flows of continuous ice line.

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    • Begin at the start and learn about Utah's rich ice-climbing history with a 10-page historical section, as well as 10 essays from prominent Utah climbers
    • Features a sewn binding for extra durability and uses Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified paper

    Made in USA.

    From the publisher:
    Beehive Ice offers a wide array of cold-weather climbing all across the state. Literally, all across the state!

    Northern Utah: Bear River Range, Willard, Ogden, Echo Area, Uintas
    Salt Lake Valley: Parleys Canyon to Mount Olympus, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Little Cottonwood Canyon
    Utah Valley: American Fork Canyon, Battle Creek Canyon, Provo Canyon–Lower South, Stairway to Heaven, Bridal Veil Area, Upper Provo Falls, North Side, South Fork and North Fork, RockCanyon
    Nebo Range: Santaquin Canyon and North Creek Canyon
    San Pitch Mountains: Maple Canyon–Main Road, Box Canyon, Left Fork, Middle Fork, Right Fork, Upper Road and Jerusalem Wall
    Duchesne: Strawberry Pinnacles, Right Fork of Indian Canyon, Indian Canyon, 9 Mile Canyon
    Spanish Fork: Spanish Fork Canyon and Diamond Fork Canyon
    Castle Country: Huntington Canyon, Joes Valley and San Rafael Swell
    Central Utah: Bullion Canyon
    Moab Area
    Southern Utah: Parowan Canyon, Cedar Canyon, I-15 Flows, Zion National Park and Kanab
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    Nathan Smith and Andrew Burr


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    Contains Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified materials

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