Extreme Angles Publishing Fat Crack Country

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This concise guide helps you explore the climbs in the ''Land of the Earthborn Spirit,'' Vedauwoo. Author: Zach Orenczak. Softcover; 192 pages; black-and-white photos and maps. Extremeangles.com; copyright 2003. Navigate your way through Vedauwoo with route-marked photos, descriptions of each route and nearby points of interest in Laramie. Includes an introductory climbing history of the area, estimated rappel lengths, an author-devised rating system and complete coverage of the area.

- REI

Description of Extreme Angles Fat Crack CountryKnown as Joshua Trees little cousin without the crowds, Vedauwoo is located right off of Interstate 80. Just a short drive from the Rockies, Tetons and Devils Tower, some call it the climbers crossroad of America. Known for its excellent cracksmost with chains at the topVedauwoo yields excellent temps in the summer and is the venerable training ground for those prepping for a trip to Yosemite or Devils Tower. Also included exclusively in this one of a kind guide are new sport climbing areas for those who like to clip and go instead of the good old tape and grovel.Fat Crack Country depicts the area perfectly.-Greg Epperson, acclaimed climbing photographer FeaturesAuthor Zach Orenczak Softcover192 pagesBlack-and-white photos and maps Extremeangles.com copyright 2003 Includes an introductory climbing history of the area, estimated rappel lengths, an author-devised rating system and complete coverage of the area Made in USA.

- US Outdoor Store

Extreme Angles Publishing Fat Crack Country

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The Extreme Angles Publishing Fat Crack Country is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 14, 2011 at REI.

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