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Author(s): Todd Goss

Date: 2022

ISBN: 978-19540400-4-5

Sharp End Publishing:
This meticulously researched Rock Climbs of Southwest Utah and the Arizona Strip guidebook will inspire you to explore the ever-expanding climbing opportunities in and around the St. George region.
  • With 8 rock types, 60+ areas and seemingly endless opportunities, the St. George region has become one of the West's premier sport-climbing venues
  • Routes run the gamut from novice to expert, and scenery from red rock to alpine
  • This diverse area boasts more than 1,000 climbs

Areas: St. George

Author(s): Dallas Lasley

Date: 2022

ISBN: 978-1-892540-77-5

Sharp End Publishing:
St. George, Utah has rapidly emerged as one of America's great climbing destinations, and St. George Bouldering is the definitive guide to all the amazing problems found near the resort city.
  • With abundant moderate problems, as well as mid-grade gems and unsent projects, St. George Bouldering gives the cordless climber plenty to do

Areas: St. George

Author(s): Jake Mergenthaler

Date: 2022

ISBN: 978-0-9657079-5-4

Sharp End Publishing:
Whether you're an experienced climber or a total beginner, Central Montana Rock has something for you—it covers a diverse set of crags between Helena and the Rocky Mountain Front.
  • From granitic trad adventures to steep limestone sport climbing, this unique region juxtaposes some of the hardest climbs in the state with beginner-friendly crags
  • Written by Jake Mergenthaler, Helena's most notable first ascensionist, with the help of the Helena Climbers' Coalition
  • This 2nd edition is equipped with new information and more than twice as many routes as the first

Areas: Montana

Author(s): Karl Kelley

Date: 2022

ISBN: 978-1-954040-14-4

Sharp End Publishing:
Towers, crags, boulders—it's all in Moab, Utah. With Sharp End Publishing Moab Climbs: High on Moab, you can plan the perfect climbing trip.
  • Longtime Moab-local Karl Kelley draws from the town's climbing community and decades of experience climbing and developing routes on the world-class sandstone
  • Describes 1,000 of the very best climbs in Utah's picturesque red rock desert

Areas: Moab

Author(s): Phillip Benningfield, Matt Samet

Date: 2020

ISBN: 9781892540454

Sharp End Publishing:
Front Range is a dense tome providing information on nearly 1,800 problems from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins.
  • Areas covered include Poudre Canyon, Horsetooth, Carter Lake, Estes Park, Camp Dick, Allenspark, Lyons, Mount Sanitas, Boulder Canyon, Flagstaff and Gross Reservoir
  • Also covers the Flatirons, Green Mountain, Eldorado Canyon, Clear Creek, Morrison, Matthew Winters, Three Sisters, Castlewood Canyon and Garden of the Gods
  • Features incredible color photography, detailed maps and accurate information

Areas: Colorado

Author(s): Evan Wisheropp

Date: 2022

ISBN: 978-1-938393-46-4

A compact yet comprehensive guide, Redwood Burl introduces climbers and boulderers to the extensive vertical opportunities in northwest California.
  • Provides approach times
  • Features beautiful color photos, helpful maps and icons depicting sun and rain aspects

Areas: Northern California

Author(s): Thierry Souchard

Date: 2017

This digital guidebook presents a selection of 27 multi-pitch routes taken from the book Rock around the World. Routes are drawn on zoomable photos. The content of the guidebook is detailed in the OmegaRoc app.

Red Rocks: 19 routes Thanks to the very sculpted sandstone of Red rocks, it is possible to climb routes on very steep cliffs at quite moderate grade. The protections are good and quite easy to place.
Trad 6a grade is required

Zion: 8 routes In Zion, the routes are often more demanding both in terms of difficulty and climbing style. 
Trad 6b grade is required and a good crack climbing experience

Areas: Red Rock , Zion National Park

Author(s): Dave Pegg, Sibylle Hechtel and Josh Holmes

Date: 2012

ISBN: 9780982615492

A comprehensive guide to the cobbly, conglomerate rock walls of Maple Canyon, Utah, Maple Canyon Rock Climbs highlights more than 400 routes ranging in grade from 5.4 to 5.14.
  • Features detailed route descriptions to over 400 routes with 5.4 to 5.14 climbing grades, along with color photographs and maps to make route selection easier

Areas: Maple Canyon

Author(s): Mick Schein

Date: 2013

ISBN: 9781892540836

Sharp End:
Plan your next Southwest objective with the help of Sandia Rock, an indispensable guide to climbing routes in the Albuquerque area of New Mexico's Sandia mountains.

The Sandia Mountains are the premier backcountry climbing destination in New Mexico. Solitude and adventure await climbers of all abilities, with an après climbing complement of some of the spiciest cuisine in the Southwest. This second edition includes updated topos and descriptions, many new routes, as well as forgotten classics.

Areas: Sandia Mountain

Author(s): Richard Rossiter

Date: 2012

Best Climbs: Tahquitz and Suicide Rocks offers essential advice and detailed route descriptions for these 2 popular climbing destinations east of Los Angeles.

  • Includes hand-drawn topos, easy-to-understand maps, photographs and detailed descriptions of the routes
  • Covers the following areas of Tahquitz Rocks: The Hinterland, Northwest Recess, West Face Bulge, Flintstone Slab and South Face
  • Covers the following areas of Suicide Rocks: Smooth Sole Walls, Sunshine Face, The Weeping Wall, Godzilla Face and Northeast Buttress

Areas: Riverside County

Author(s): Chris McNamara and McKenzie Long

Date: 2013

ISBN: 9780983322535

Planning to scramble up the 5.7 east face of Mount Whitney or ascend the epic, 18-pitch Sun Ribbon Arete? High Sierra Climbing helps you stay on course and spend maximum time enjoying the climb.
  • 2nd edition includes 40 of the best High Sierra alpine climbs, ranging in difficulty from Class 3 to 5.11c
  • Most of these climbs are well protected, 10-15 pitches long and ascend magnificent alpine granite

Areas: High Sierra

Author(s): Eric J. Horst

Date: 2013

The revised and updated edition of Rock Climbing Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland describes more than 1200 routes at 23 different areas including Seneca Rocks and the New River Gorge.

Areas: West Virginia , Virginia , Maryland

Author(s): Sean O'Grady

Date: 2011

Sharp End:
Enchanted Rock: A Climber's Guide offers all the information you need to enjoy this often-overlooked bouldering area near Austin, Texas.

Gives full route descriptions, including gear suggestions, bolt counts and route recommendations

Areas: Enchanted Rock

Author(s): Tom Slater

Date: 2013

ISBN: 9780982498811

From the center of the Golden State to the Mexican border, Southern California Rock Climbing highlights over 60 climbing areas to experience firsthand on the most epic rock-climbing road trip.

  • Divided into seven region-specific sections, this guide employs a combination of topos, maps, photos and detailed descriptions to get you to over 60 climbing areas
  • Areas covered include Joshua Tree, Tahquitz and Suicide, Riverside Quarry, New Jack City, Mount Woodson, Malibu Creek, Stoney Point, Gibraltar Rocks, and more

Areas: Riverside County , Los Angeles , San Diego Area , Eastern California

Author(s): Gaz Leah

Date: 2013

ISBN: 9781892540898

Sharp End:
Explore the hidden landscapes beneath New York city's veil of steel and concrete with the help of this indispensable guide: NYC Bouldering.
  • Includes Central Park, Morningside Park, St Nicholas Park, High Bridge Park, Loony Bin Boulder, Fort Tryon and Inwood Park

Areas: New York City

Author(s): Kelly H. Sheridan

Date: 2015

ISBN: 9781892540959

Sharp End:
With detailed maps and beta, the Leavenworth Bouldering guidebook from Sharp End Publishing leads you to more than 1,200 problems for endless projecting just down the road from brats and biergartens.
  • Provides detailed directions, maps and beta, plus scannable QR codes to help you map directions on your phone
  • Includes essays and artwork from long-time local climbers, and thoroughly researched essays on the area's history, flora, fauna and geology

Areas: Leavenworth

Author(s): Tony Mayse

Date: 2018

ISBN: 978-1892540-27-0

Sharp End:
Oklahoma Rock is the only guide you'll need. With beautiful, full-color photographs and thorough descriptions, it covers the state's best routes and its rich climbing history.
  • Oklahoma Rock covers the routes of the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, historic Quartz Mountain and more
  • Includes area maps as well as GPS coordinates expressed through QR codes (scan it on your phone and it will open Google Maps to get you where you're going)
  • Also includes a Quartz Bouldering chapter for boulderers

Areas: Oklahoma

Author(s): Tim Kemple

Date: 2018

ISBN: 9781938393303

From the granite blocks of Lincoln Woods, Rhode Island, to the schist of Smugglers' Notch, Vermont, you're bound to find your next problem in the New England Bouldering guidebook.

  • Comprehensive, revised 3rd edition features more than 1,200 boulder problems at some of the best bouldering areas throughout New England
  • Detailed maps help you find your next bouldering challenge with ease

Areas: New York , Connecticut , Massachusetts , New Hampshire , Maine , Vermont , Rhode Island

Author(s): Bennett Scott

Date: 2018

ISBN: 9780989515696

Located northwest of Fort Collins, Colo., the Poudre Canyon is home to some of the highest quality sport climbing and bouldering in the state. Get climbing with the Poudre Canyon Rock Climbing Guide.

  • Maps, clear cliff photos and detailed written descriptions make route finding a breeze
  • Covers the Lower Canyon, Narrows and West of Rustic areas

Areas: Poudre Canyon

Author(s): Karl Kelley

Date: 2018

ISBN: 9781892540355

Sharp End:
Located in the northern part of Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, Indian Creek is renowned for its sandstone crack climbing. Plan your visit with Creek Freak: Indian Creek Climbs.

Includes first ascent info, history and historical photos, overview maps, gear beta, required rope lengths, route length, camping beta and detailed cliff photos

Areas: Indian Creek Canyon

Author(s): Andy Salo and Hillary Guzik

Date: 2018

ISBN: 9781938393310

Problems just a couple of hours outside New York City can be found in Gunks Bouldering. This is the definitive guide to the historic rocks of the Shawangunks Mountains.
  • Full-color 1st edition guide covers the Shawangunk Mountains, including the Trapps, Near Trapps and Peter's Kill areas
  • Detailed maps help you find your destination

Areas: Shawangunks

Author(s): East Wind Design

Date: 2019

ISBN: 9780999723326

Featuring the best bouldering sites in the Columbia River Gorge, Gorge Bouldering Select captures the essence of its core areas with valuable details and photographs as your guide to scale the rocks.

Bouldering sites featured include Larch Mountain Boulders, Alpenglow Boulders, Hamilton Boulders, Horsethief Butte and Empire Boulders

Areas: Oregon , Columbia River, Washington Side

Author(s): East Wind Design

Date: 2019

ISBN: 9780963566089

Conquer the close-by crags of the Rose City with Portland Rock Climbs, a full-color resource loaded with precise route beta and illustrated and photographed maps to help guide your way to the top.

  • Close-to-Portland climbing sites include Broughton Bluff, Rocky Butte Quarry, Carver Cliff, Madrone Wall, Ozone Wall, Farside Crag and Beacon Rock
  • This definitive reference guidebook will help you focus on your next climbing goal with rich detail seldom covered in other climbing guides

Areas: Portland

Author(s): Dario Ventura and Mike Williams

Date: 2018

ISBN: 9781938393327

Wolverine :
Selected from the area's more than 3,000 routes across 54 crags, Red River George Select presents enough classics to fill a lifetime of weekend climbing fun in Kentucky.
  • Index of classic routes highlights the grade of each climb and indicates if the climb is better suited to sport or trad climbing
  • Helpful icons help you plan your day with driving times, walking times, sun exposure, rain protection and kid-friendliness
  • GPS coordinates and detailed directions help you find your destination easily

Areas: Red River Gorge

Author(s): Jason Haas and Chris Weidner

Date: 2019

ISBN: 9780578453064

Written by Jason Haas and Chris Weidner—who climbed most of the nearly 2,500 routes routes in the canyon—Boulder Canyon Guidebook is deeply infused with first-hand knowledge to guide you up the crags.

  • Includes hundreds of new routes
  • Also includes never-before-documented crags

Areas: Boulder Canyon

Author(s): Steve Levin

Date: 2020

Sharp End Publishing:
Less than an hour by car from Denver, Eldorado Canyon is home to more than 500 climbing routes. Challenge yourself on Eldo's golden cliffs with the help of this Eldorado Canyon Climbing Guide.
  • This newest edition includes an easy-to-use layout, updated maps and 80 new routes
  • It has also been renumbered and reformatted to align routes with photos

Areas: Eldorado Canyon State Park

Author(s): Dave Bingham

Date: 2019

ISBN: 9781938393358

Wolverine Publishing:
Whatever style of climbing you prefer, Idaho Underground highlights over 1,500 well-known and lesser-know routes, from the spectacular limestone walls of the Fins to truly underground lava tubes.
  • Full-color 2nd edition includes over 1,500 routes and problems for sport climbing, trad climbing and bouldering at the Fins, Snake River Basalt, Boise and Sun Valley
  • Author Dave Bingham, an Idaho climbing legend, also spotlights lesser known areas, including the Black Cliffs, Teddy Bear Cove, Dierkes Lake, Leslie Gulch and more
  • Wolverine Publishing will donate $1 from every book sold to local climbing organizations

Areas: Idaho

Author(s): Greg Loomis

Date: 2019

ISBN: 9780990782124

For year-round bouldering fun in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, your next exciting challenge awaits in the Moore's Wall Bouldering guide, featuring over 500 fantastic problems.

  • Full-color guide details over 500 problems, with helpful topo overviews to help get you oriented and awesome action photographs to inspire you before lifting off
  • Printed in color

Areas: North Carolina

Author(s): Damon Corso

Date: 2020

ISBN: 9781493050574

The second edition of Best Climbs: Los Angeles narrows down the thousands of climbing routes across the 4,500 square miles of Los Angeles County to the absolute best 300 climbing routes in the area.
  • From clipping bolts at the edge of the Pacific Ocean while watching humpback whales and dolphins to bouldering at 6,100 ft. on pristine alpine granite, Los Angeles has it all
  • Includes the routes that display the hidden beauty and deep-rooted climbing history of Los Angeles
  • Each section includes the unique history, description, climbing style and a gear list
  • Also includes detailed driving directions, maps and trailhead information as well as the best time of day and year to climb

Areas: Los Angeles

Author(s): Shannon Joslin, James Lucas and Kimbrough Moore

Date: 2020

ISBN: 9781735608006

Detailing more than 1,300 boulder problems and packed with personal essays and breathtaking photos, Yosemite Bouldering is a must-have guidebook for anyone climbing in Yosemite.

  • Contains detailed descriptions of more than 1,300 boulder problems, including over 400 new problems and 7 new bouldering areas
  • Color coded entries and GPS coordinates help you choose and find your problems
  • Full-color 1st edition features multiple personal essays and breathtaking climbing photos

Areas: Yosemite National Park

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