The Mountaineers Books Washington Ice - A Climbing Guide

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Description of Mountaineers Books Washington Ice A Climbing GuideGym climbing has evolved into a sport in its own right and Matt Burbach has been there to spur it on. He established, developed, and directed the Indoor Climbing School of Earth Treks Climbing Center in Maryland, the largest climbing gym on the east coast. Now he presents the same techniques and training exercises honed by coaching hundreds of climbers.Burbach covers all aspects of indoor rock climbing in detail, including what to look for in a gym, analysis of equipment and how it works, proper top-rope systems management, and movement technique. More advanced indoor climbers will appreciate chapters on topics such as indoor leading, performance, competition climbing, and bouldering. For outdoor rock climbers now training in gyms, this guide aids the reverse transition from climbing on real rock to pulling on plastic. Throughout, Burbach not only demonstrates the proper techniques and skills, but goes one step further to explain why those practices are better.Matt Burbach is the editor of Urban Climber magazine, which is devoted to the information, community, and entertainment needs of climbers who climb where they live, the city. He has worked in the climbing industry as an instructor, competitor, tech rep, and lead organizer of the largest indoor climbing competition in the U.S. FeaturesWritten by Jason D. Martin and Alex Krawarik Published on 9302003 Presents more than 200 waterfall ice routes and alpine ice climbs in 28 areas in all regions of the stateSeveral Washington climbing schools offer specific courses in ice climbingIncludes information on how weather patterns affect ice routes and the best times to climb, from KING5 TVs Jeff RennerPaperback256 Pages

- US Outdoor Store

From established ice areas such as Alpental and Leavenworth to routes being developed (or rediscovered) around Coulee City and Wenatchee, the word is finally out: There are ample opportunities for quality ice climbing in Washington state! Arctic Grail, The Drip, and Hanging Curtain are just a few of the hottest ice routes that await you.

- GearX.com

Yes, there is ice climbing in Washington State--learn where from the first guide to this undiscovered country.

- REI

Jason Martin and Alex Krawarik s guide to ice climbing in the state of Washington. This book covers more than 200 waterfall ice and alpine ice routes all over the state. Includes detailed descriptions, difficulty grades, maps, and photos. ISBN #: 0-89886-946-3First Edition, 2003Authors: Jason Martin and Alex Krawarik256 pages, paperback

- Second Ascent