Wolverine Publishing Bishop Area Rock Climbs

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Bishop Area Rock Climbs by Peter Croft and Marty Lewis is an essential rock climbing guide to the Eastern Sierra, South, and the most comprehensive Bishop guidebook on climbing. Focuses on four-season cragging and world-class bouldering in the Bishop, California, area, including Alabama Hills, Whitney Portal, Buttermilk Country, Cardinal Pinnacle, Happy Boulders and Pine Creek. Expect entertaining writing, detailed route info and topos, sage advice and historical information on the Bishop area. You'll find yourself not only reading this Bishop guidebook for its route info but also to get a good laugh. One example from the book describes Buttermilk Country: 'No collection of boulders in the West has graced so many calendars, been scrutinized by so many mags or been talked about by so many posers. Indeed it has been estimated that if one were to take all the Buttermilk spray gushing from climbers' mouths and arrange it end to end it would reach to the sun and back - 100 trillion times!'. This Bishop climbing guidebook is in its 3rd edition, and is the 3rd of 4 volumes in the Maximus Press Eastern Sierra Climbing Guides. Bishop Area Rock Climbs in THE Bishop climbing guidebook - a must-have for anyone rock climbing in the region. 335 Pages. Date of Publication: August 2008 Third Edition. Publisher: Maximus Press. Printed in Canada

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

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The Wolverine Publishing Bishop Area Rock Climbs is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2016 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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