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Author(s): Dennis R. Jackson

Date: 1996

ISBN: 1-56044-483-5

The excellent crags of New Mexico and Texas beckon climbers from all over the world. In the 23 areas covered, more than 100 crags and mountain faces offer hundreds of routes ranging from 5.6 to 5.14, appealing to both traditional and sport climbers. Rock Climbing New Mexico & Texas is essential for planning your next climbing trip to the Land of Enchantment and the Lone Star State.

Areas: Southwest

Author(s): Stewart M. Green

Date: 2001

ISBN: 1-56044-811-3

New England is one of the country's most spectacular rock climbing arenas. Rock Climbing New England is an indispensable resource for anyone seeking adventure in this remarkable region.

Areas: Northeast

Author(s): Mike Farris

Date: 2000

ISBN: 1-56044-984-5

This guide covers over 800 routes at the major climbing areas in Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Areas: Midwest

Author(s): Paul Nick, Neil J.A. Sloane

Date: 2000

ISBN: 1-56044-790-7

Scattered throughout New Jersey and just over the borders in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New York are a variety of cragging and bouldering areas worthy of any climber's tick list. Rock Climbing New Jersey includes maps, photos, and topos complemented by clear written descriptions that will get you to the climbing areas and help guide you up the routes.

Areas: Northeast

Author(s): Mark Van Horn

Date: 1990

ISBN: 1-56044-752-4

One of the premier limestone sport areas in the country, the face climbing and pockets are not to be missed.

Areas: Shelf Road (duplicate)

Author(s): Eric Bjornstad

Date: 1999

ISBN: 1-56044-754-0

Maps, topos, and photos combined with written descriptions of over 500 routes, gear lists, and first ascent information, makes this book the most complete guide ever published to these areas.

Areas: West

Author(s): Greg Orton

Date: 2001

ISBN: 1-879415-33-X

Includes eighteen climbing crags located in the Southwest Oregon Region. Small and large crags located in the Rogue River Valley, the Umpqua and Willamette regions, containing hundreds of climbing routes rated from 5.7 to 5.14.

Areas: Southwest Oregon

Author(s): Mike Carville

Date: 1999

ISBN: 1-15740-088-X

Superb crags in a sensational setting - that is climbing in the Lake Tahoe region. Rock Climbing Lake Tahoe, formerly Tahoe Rock, describes more than 1,000 routes at a dozen major areas around Lake Tahoe.

Areas: West

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