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Welcome to the Western Slope, "the real Colorado." Cowboy up for over 30 wild West crags, limestone to sandstone to granite, sport climbs, trad routes, 600-foot+ multi-pitch epics-you name it! Trace the footsteps of legends, including Layton Kor and Harvey Carter's forays in Glenwood Canyon, or Tommy Caldwell's ground-breaking 5.14s at the Fortress of Solitude. Better yet, seek out the hundreds of neo-classics you've never heard of, at areas like Thompson Creek, the Narrows, Redstein, Marble, Puoux, the Mudwall, Lime Creek, the F-Pan, Hogwarts, the Pup Tent, and dozens more. Get the beta on camping, hot springs, local towns, restaurants, family-friendly crags, open projects, and quirky tick lists. As you browse, be inspired by the sweet action photography that has made Wolverine books famous. This is the second book in a two-volume series for Western Colorado. See Rifle Mountain Park for volume 1. Third edition.
Description of Wolverine Publishing Western Sloper - Rifle Mountain ParkThe only up-to-date guide to Americas premier sport-climbing destination Rifle Mountain Park in Western Colorado. Written by area expert Dave Pegg. Also covers The Fortress of Solitudehome of Flex Luthor and Kryptonite Puoux and other sport-climbing, bouldering, and traditional climbing areas in Western Colorado. FeaturesWritten by Joe Josephson Paperback72 Pages
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