by Bennett Scott
Located northwest of Fort Collins, CO, the Poudre Canyon is home to some of the highest quality sport climbing and bouldering in Colorado. Long considered a rock climbing area only frequented by locals who didn't want to drive to 'better climbing' elsewhere in the state, author Bennett Scott and many others have spent the last several decades putting that myth to rest with the development and documentation of some of the hardest, proudest, cleanest, and most inspiring climbing routes to be found anywhere in Colorado.
Ten years have passed since the 2nd Edition of the Poudre Canyon Guidebook was released and things have been anything but quiet. New routes and boulder problems have been established on a weekly basis - the climbing here just keeps getting better and better. Perhaps you live in Fort Collins and just want to get out for a pleasant day of shady bouldering. Or maybe you're looking to explore something new with a weekend of beautiful camping, cragging, and bouldering. The Poudre has something to offer everyone, so come join author Bennett Scott as he takes you on a journey through 50 miles of breathtaking cliffs and boulders that are climbable all year long!Table of Contents
by Matt Clark, Jason Haas, Dave Montgomery, Mike Morin, Amanda Peterson, Eric Schmeer & Kevin Stricker
Staunton is the newest state park in Colorado. This downloadable rock climbing guidebook is your ticket to one of Colorado's newest rock climbing areas! While the area had been climbed before, development was virtually nonexistent until the summer of 2012. During that time, over 60 climbing routes were established, from 5.3 to 5.12+. Most climbs are trad or mixed, but there are also about a dozen sport routes here. Virtually all of those routes were at Staunton Rocks, while the Elk Creek Spires and Lion's Head were left untouched. Download this guidebook to see what's been done and what hasn't so you can nab your own first ascent!
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by Kent Pease
Whether your goal is to be the rope gun at Indian Creek, swing leads on Astroman, or improve and expand your current climbing skills, this comprehensive work goes well beyond other instructional resources, both in scope and detail. Written by a true master of crack climbing, this book takes an engineer’s approach to the mechanics of jamming and combines it with detailed, realistic illustrations. The result will have you climbing cracks with the finesse and efficiency that takes most years to master. The author, fondly known among his friends as “The Sender,” has hundreds of first ascents of difficult desert cracks to his credit. Take advantage of his tremendous experience and the secrets he reveals, and you will soon be enjoying those cracks you now avoid. In short, this manual is the perfect guide and tutorial on how to crack climb.
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by Richard Rossiter
Rocky Mountain National Park offers an unparalleled rock climbing experience: rugged and untamed beauty, sweeping vistas, towering alpine walls split by perfect crack systems, and quiet isolation - all close enough to the Front Range for the serious daytripper to make it back home in time for dinner. In the making for nearly 30 years, Rocky Mountain National Park: A Comprehensive Guide to Scrambles, Rock Routes, and Ice/Mixed Climbs on the High Peaks provides an all-inclusive compendium of the author's intimate knowledge of the Park. A unique combination of color photography and in-depth, hand-drawn route topos provide a unique blend of artistic vision and analytically crafted information to safely and precisely get you to the top of your climbing objective.
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