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The second edition of Squamish Bouldering features over 2,500 problems and is packed full of colour maps and photographs. This book documents bouldering in Squamish, Whistler and Pemberton, and provides comprehensive information for planning a trip to the area. For boudering in Squamish, this is the definitive guide. Features:Published in June, 2010Author: Marc Bourdon420 pages, 5.875 wide by 8.25 tall
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The updated and expanded edition of. Authors: Marc Bourdon. Softcover; 420 pages; color photographs and maps. Quickdraw Publications; copyright 2010. Whether you like moderates, desperates, roofs, slabs, highball or lowballs, no climber should leave disappointed. Area overview maps help you find the right bouldering problem, and color photographs help you get to the top. Includes brief introduction to the area, a guide to flora and fauna and suggested equipment and trip planning.
Find awesome new areas to hang out the next time you're up in Squamish with the 2003 edition of Squamish Bouldering: Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton. This all-inclusive guide contains information on routes and how to get to them with plenty of new and even tougher problems.
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