King Coal Propaganda Publishing New River Gorge Meadow River and Summersvill Lake Rock Climbers' Guidebook
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Explore the earth's largest nuttall sandstone cliffs with National Geographic's New River Gorge Climber's Guide Book showing every route from the classics to the greats.
The New River Gorge and Summersville Lake's best selling rock climbing guidebook. This third edition is the most recent and up to date guidebook for the area and has 300 new routes added plus sections of the Meadow River and South Nuttall. This is a comprehensive guide containing 1900 sport and traditional gear rock climbs, 256 full color pages, star rating system, alphabetical and graded index.
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A comprehensive collection of almost 900 sport routes and over 1000 traditional-style routes in southern West Virginia. Author: Steve Cater. Softcover; 254 pages; full-color photos and route maps. King Cole Propaganda; copyright 2006. Easy-to-use maps, new route information, star ratings, face topos, alphabetical indexing and graded indexing. Third edition contains hundreds of new routes and other updated valuable information.
In its third edition, New River Gorge: Meadow River and Summersville Lake by Steve Cater is a comprehensive collection of almost 900 sport routes and over 1000 traditional style routes in this southern West Virgina area. Easy to use maps, new route information, star ratings, face topos, and many other thoughtful reference concepts make this book the most user friendly and popular rock climbers' guidebook ever published for the area.
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