Sharp End Publishing The Ripper: Climbing in Colorado's Wet Mountains

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Climbing in Colorado's Wet Mountains: Rising abruptly from the Great Plains, the Wet Mountains surrounding Pueblo, Beulah and Canon City are the hidden gem of Southern Colorado climbing with steep sport granite, multi-pitch adventure climbs, ice and historic sandstone bouldering. Included in this new guide are the popular sport crags of the Tanner Dome massif. Other areas include Newlin Creek, Hardscrabble Pass, Royal Gorge, and Oak Creek Canyon. Sharp End Publishing, 2003, 50 pages, b/w photos, topos.

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Sharp End Publishing The Ripper: Climbing in Colorado's Wet Mountains

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