Mountain Imagery Rock Climbs In The White Mountains Of New Hampshire
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The definitive climber's guide for the eastern region of New Hampshire's White Mountains. Covers Mount Washington Valley, plus the Kancamangus, Conway, Bartlett, Jackson, and Pinkham Notch areas.
From sport climbs to free ascents, this extensive climbing guide has all the latest information needed to climb the White Mountains of New Hampshire
Rock Climbs in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, 3rd edition (East Volume) is the authoritative and comprehensive rock climbing guidebook to the eastern portion of New Hampshire's White Mountain region. The 1st edition of this guidebook was published in 1982. This latest definitive edition covers all the rock climbs on Cathedral and Whitehorse Ledges in North Conway, the cliffs of the Kancamagus Highway area west of Conway, the outlying crags of the Mt. Washington Valley, and the alpine cliffs of Huntington Ravine on New England's tallest peak, Mt. Washington (6,288'). In addition, this pocket-sized guidebook contains numerous detailed photo-diagrams of the cliffs and rock climbs themselves, written descriptions and historical data about the various routes, and a multitude of archival and modern photographs of famous first ascents in the region, from the 1930s to the present. For extra durability, the guidebook also has a sewn and glued binding, and a plastic laminated synthetic cover.
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