National Geographic Locals Guide - Rock Climbs of Northeast California

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Whether you're coming for steep sport routes, classic granite domes, some well deserved solitude or just some casual cragging with friends, you're sure to find what you're looking for in this forgotten corner of California. This is a comprehensive rock climbing guidebook for locals and visitors alike. The Locals Guide Rock Climbs of Northeast California has over 600 routes with ascent information, gear recommendation, topos, length and descent information for each climb. Over 300 previously unpublished routes. Detailed access information. A wealth of first-hand knowledge. Color photo route diagrams. Full color maps and GPS Coordinates for hidden crags. Detailed history of each climbing area. Difficulty and safety ratings for each climb. Covers regions surrounding:. Redding. Lassen Volcanic. Chester. Susanville. Indian Valley. Chico. Feather River. Bucks Wilderness. Bald Rock. Frenchman Lake. Northeast California climbing guidebook includes bonus bouldering guide: Select Boulders of the Lost Sierra. Locals Guide - The most comprehensive guidebooks available. Camp 4 Press. Author: Paul Bernard. with John Jackson, Brett Marty, Mason Werner, Saylor Flett. 467 pages

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

National Geographic Locals Guide - Rock Climbs of Northeast California

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The National Geographic Locals Guide - Rock Climbs of Northeast California is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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