Falcon Guides Rock Climbing Arizona

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A comprehensive guide to 25 of Arizona's best and most popular climbing areas--includes maps, route topos and photographs


Rock Climbing Arizona describes 20 of the state's major climbing areas, guiding traveling climbers to an outstanding sampling of the best Arizona has to offer. Easy-to-read overview maps will get you to the climbs; accurate route and topos and photos will help you get to the top; and clearly stated descent information will help get you down. Climbing hisotries, shop and gym listings, and a thorough index complete the package to make Rock Climbing Arizona an essential component of your next climbing trip to the Grand Canyon State. Arizona is a rock climber's dream come true. High quality granite domes, hidden limestone canyons, majestic sandstone towers, and vast cliff bands of pocketed volcanic rock are only a few of the possibilities. Ascend multipitch crack and face routes at the wild and remote Cochise Stronghold, or cling to perfect edges on the crags of Mount Lemmon, the most visited climbing area in the state. Crank at popular sport climbing areas such as Jacks Canyon and Queen Creek, or push your limits on some of the most difficult climbs in the country at the Virgin River Gorge.

- Bentgate.com

Description of Falcon Guides Rock Climbing ArizonaA select guide to 25 of Arizonas best and most popular climbing areas.FeaturesAuthor Stewart M. GreenFirst Edition528 PagesPublisher FalconPaperback

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Falcon Guides Rock Climbing Arizona


The Falcon Guides Rock Climbing Arizona is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 18, 2015 at REI.

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