Empire Rising | Ra & the Halidome
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.
The Mexican Rock Climbing Guidebook, Central/South (English and Spanish)
by Oriol Anglada Volume 2 of an encyclopedic two-volume series covering rock climbing in Mexico. This volume of the guidebook focuses on central and southern Mexico, covering 86 climbing and bouldering areas in 16 states. Written in Spanish and English, and...
The Mexican Rock Climbing Guidebook, North (English and Spanish)
by Oriol Anglada Volume 1 of an encyclopedic two-volume series covering rock climbing in Mexico. This volume of the guidebook focuses on northern Mexico, covering 43 climbing and bouldering areas in 9 states. Written in Spanish and English, and packed with...
Poudre Canyon Rock Climbing Guide, 2nd edition
$ 24.00 $ 32.00
by Craig Luebben, Ben Scott, & Cameron Cross The Story Craig Luebben started this project almost 20 years ago when he published a Greyrock climbing guidebook (1991). During his time in Fort Collins, Craig contributed many first ascents to the...