Falcon Guides Rock 'N' Road: An Atlas of North American Rock Climbing Areas

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Rock 'n' Road is the fundamental reference guide to climbing areas in North America. The rock climber's atlas, this completely revised and updated edition provides details on more than 2,400 climbing locales in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Tim Toula, who has been driving around the continent climbing rocks for more than two decades, provides information for climbing areas including common names, descriptions, rock types, and the best times to climb. Each climbing site is rated to indicate where you will find the best climbs and where you will find the black holes. Look inside for: locator maps; directions to the climbing areas; star ratings; access issues; classic routes; camping information; the type of climbing and rock encountered. (8 1/2 x 11, 552 pages, b&w photos, maps)

- Bentgate.com

This book is the fundamental reference guide to climbing areas in North America. Author: Tim Toula. Softcover; 536 pages; 60 black-and-white photos, 57 maps. The Globe Pequot Press; copyright 2003; 2nd Edition. This completely revised and updated edition provides details on more than 2,400 climbing locales in the United States, Canada and Mexico. Information provided for climbing areas includes common names, descriptions, rock types and the best times to climb. Each climbing site is rated to indicate where you will find the best climbs and where you will find the black holes. Provides locator maps for each state and province; discusses access issues and camping information.

- REI

Falcon Guides Rock 'N' Road: An Atlas of North American Rock Climbing Areas

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The Falcon Guides Rock 'N' Road: An Atlas of North American Rock Climbing Areas is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 30, 2013 at Altrec Outdoors.

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