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 Rich Crowder & Jonathon Wasser
Virgin Gorda is a small island settled amongst the Virgin Island chain in the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean. The southern portion of the island is littered with wildly shaped granite boulders of all sizes. Highball jungle slabs and beach side hand cracks provide rock climbing for the lone adventurer as well as the whole family. Stocked with world class scuba as well as unforgettable yachting, Virgin Gorda is the stereotypical Caribbean getaway.
This is the first edition guidebook to the fine granite bouldering of Virgin Gorda. This guidebook documents hundred of never before published climbing routes as well as valuable travel tips for the Virgin Islands. This beautifully photographed color guide contains everything you may need to know about an adventurous Caribbean vacation including suggested itineraries, pirate lore, and an underwater fish guide.
Guavaberry Spring Bay Homes is far and away the best place for rock climbers to stay. Take advantage of their beautiful villas and their bouldering pads.
by Jared Spaulding
In the stark and beautiful country of Capitol Reef National Park and Wayne County, splitter cracks, nail-up nightmares and pebble wrestling abound. This climbing guidebook is your ticket to some of the best (and worst) rock climbing crags, towers and boulders out there. Come enjoy and climb in the quiet part of Utah where exploration and beauty come standard with every day of climbing.
by Mark Tarrant
Ra and the Halidome are hands down the best area for Front Range climbers looking to get high off the deck via multi-pitch sport climbing. When temps in Boulder and Denver start getting near 100 in the summer, Ra and the Halidome offer the much needed reprieve rock climbers are looking for with temps closer to the 70s - much like Rocky Mountain National Park, only without the five mile approach. This waterproof, tear-resistant color map folds out to 12" x 18", yet folds up to easily fit into your pocket. Enlarged color description photos make route finding a breeze, as does the thorough route descriptions that nicely break down lengths, difficulties, and bolt counts pitch by pitch.