Author(s): Alan James & Adrian Berry
A comprehensive guidebook describing the bouldering in the Peak District, covering well over 3,000 boulder problems. It includes all the areas from Wimberry in the north, through the Eastern Edges, to the Central Gritstone and Limestone and the grit of Staffordshire.
Author(s): Roberto & Luca Parisse
A definitive guidebook describing the limestone bouldering in the Gran Sasso National Park, covering Monte Aquila, Vado di Sole, Val Maone, Vallone delle Cornacchie, and Valle del Monte.
Author(s): Marco Nardi
A comprehensive guidebook describing the sport climbing found in the Marches region of Italy, covering 66 different crags including Furlo, Cingoli, Falcioni, Gola di Frasassi, Pioraco and San Giorgio.
A comprehensive guidebook describing the sport climbing, rock climbing and bouldering in the Camonica Valley, covering 40 different crags.
Areas: Alta Valle Camonica
Author(s): David Atchison-Jones
A selective guidebook describing more than 250 crags in eastern France, along its border with Luxemburg, Germany, Switzerland and Italy, covering over 12,000 sport routes from F3a to F8c+.
Author(s): Laurent Girousse
This latest edition features all the routes on the cliff: 900 pitches spread across 37 sectors and sub-sectors. Each one is accompanied by a photo and route illustration. Various approaches are described precisely and supported by panoramic photos. For 25 years, this cliff has been a part of the global high-level climbing scene, mainly known for its challenging to extreme routes. However, nowadays, Céüse is no longer exclusive to the elite, as several recently re-bolted sectors allow everyone to enjoy this exceptional wall.
The author of this guidebooks, Laurent Girousse, is one of the main bolters of the crags around Gap.
Author(s): Sandro von Känel
A selective guidebook describing a selection of rock climbing and sport climbing routes at grades from F6b and above, in the Western Swiss Alps, including Freiburg, Bernese Oberland, Vaud, plus the entire area of the Valais.
Author(s): Alessio Conz & Renato Bernard
A selective guidebook describing 255 classic and sport multi-pitch routes in the Sella Group, including the famous Sella Towers and Piz Ciavazes.
Areas: Gruppo del Sella
Author(s): Raffaele Giannetti
A selective guidebook covering 221 long multi-pitch routes in Tuscany between the Apuan Alps and the Argentario, detailing classic multi-pitch routes where there is a mixture of bolts and some trad gear to modern fully bolted multi-pitch routes.
Author(s): Graham Fletcher & John Smith
A selective guidebook describing 77 Via Ferrata routes in the Southern Italian Dolomites, including Brenta and Lake Garda.
Author(s): James Rushforth
A selective guidebook describing 75 Via Ferrata routes in the northern and central parts of the Italian Dolomites, including Cortina, Fassa, Sesto, Canazei and Corvara north.
Author(s): Maurizio Giordani
A selective guidebook covering Marmolada’s south face, the highest mountain in the Dolomites, describing 192 multi-pitch routes with many of them between 300m and 800m long.
Author(s): Gruppo Scoiattoli
A comprehensive guidebook covering the sport climbing found around Cortina in the heart of the Dolomites, describing over 1,000 mainly single pitch sport routes at 28 crags, including Cinque Torri, Crepe de Oucera and Landro.
Author(s): James Rushforth
A selective guidebook combining the best sport, traditional and Via Ferrata routes across a wide range of grades to offer everything you need for a climbing trip to the Dolomites regardless of your ability.
Since ten years, bouldering moved a lot in Corsica and a lot of news spots has been discovered.
We needs two words to define the practice here : beauty and diversity. One can find some boulders on a beach and another spot under trees or at altitude, separated by only few kilometers. And we climb here in fabulous places, often wild.
Granit is the main rock we find . It’s however different if it takes place near the sea (Capineru, Calvi, Palombaggia…) or in the center of Corsica (Valdu di Saltu, Bavella, Restonica). Styles of climbing are consequently very different.
This guidebook is a compilation of the most beautiful areas. It will lead you from Balagne to the extreme south, via Corte or Bavella.
Author(s): Andy Nisbet
A comprehensive sport climbing guidebook for Scotland, including 3 dry tooling areas, describing over 1,300 routes across a wide range of grades from F3 to F9a.
Author(s): Sandro von Kanel
A selective guidebook describing the rock climbing and sport climbing in the Western Swiss Alps and the French Alps, covering an area from Annecy in the French Alps to Big in the Swiss Alps.
Author(s): Sandro von Kanel
A selective guidebook describing the rock climbing and sport climbing in the Western Swiss Alps between Fribourg and Goschenen, including Interlaken.
A comprehensive guidebook describing the sport climbing found within an hour’s driving of Athens, covering 29 different crags with routes spread across a wide range of grades.
Author(s): Chris Craggs
A selective guidebook from Rockfax covering the rock climbing and sport climbing on the Aegean island of Kalymnos, describing over 2,800 routes.
Author(s): Enrico Bonino, Francois Damilano, Julien Desecures & Louis Laurent
A selective rock climbing guidebook covering the Val Veny area from the Aiguille du Chatelet to the Tour de Jethoula, describing 116 routes in the Monzino, Borelli, and Skyway areas.
Areas: Mont Blanc
Bouldering in the Parc national des Pyrénées / 7 sectors. 274 problems / difficulties from 3 to 8, most of them between 5 and 7.
Areas: Pont de Camps
Author(s): Th. Gabriel
Climbing Guidebook with two climbing areas - Lérouville and Saint Mihiel / in total 173 climbing routes / difficulty range from 4 to 8c+ french scale.
Author(s): M. Kajca
Climbing Guidebook for the Falcon Mountains (Góry Sokole) / beautiful and untouched nature / partly trad routes.
Areas: Sokole Góry
Author(s): A. Berry
The selective guidebook describes areas west an south of Avignon / mainly located in or around the Cevennes National Park -in total more than 3000 routes.
Author(s): T. Hocke & G. Krug
Author(s): Achim Pasold & Ronald Nordmann
Author(s): Ivo Rabanser