Wolverine City of Rocks Climbing Guide

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With over 1,000 routes to choose from in Southern Idaho's climbing mecca, City of Rocks climbing guide leads you to an abundance of challenges all within walking distance of your campsite.

Features

  • Covers America's premiere granite sport-climbing area City of Rocks as well as nearby Castle Rocks State Park
  • Full-color edition features colorful maps, topos, photos and route descriptions to make navigation easy as you seek your next climbing challenge
  • Also includes stunning action photography to get you inspired

Imported.

From the publisher: The City of Rocks climbing guide will be your essential companion the City of Rocks. Dave Bingham has been producing many generations of City of Rocks guidebooks, but this is the very first in full color! Plus navigating is made much easier with excellent maps, topos, photos, and descriptions. It's also easy to get inspired with stunning action photography.

There are other places named City of Rocks, but this is The City of Rocks. It's been called America's premiere granite sport-climbing area, and just as often praised for its unique trad climbing. With more than 1,000 routes to choose from, you can crimp overhanging patina, grunt up an offwidth, cruise a multi-pitch 5.8, or summit a dramatic spire—all within a short walk of your campsite. Nearby you'll find historic inscriptions, hikes, mountain biking, and the funky Western town of Almo to keep you supplied and entertained on rest days. Also included here for the first time is the sweet climbing at nearby Castle Rocks State Park.

Get ready for some fun in the City!
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Technical Specs

Best Use

Climbing

Dimensions

9 x 6 inches

Author(s)

Dave Bingham

Number of Pages

312

Format

Paperback

ISBN-13

9781938393242

Publisher

Wolverine Publishing

Copyright Year

2016

State / Province

Idaho

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