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Author(s): Jim Nelson, Tom Sjolseth and David Whitelaw

Date: 2021

ISBN: 9781680510461

Mountaineers Books:
Select Routes in Washington State. Featuring more than 100 climbing routes across more than 70 peaks, Classic Cascade Climbs compiles renowned alpine routes, challenging trad climbs, and a handful of sport, ice and crag options.
  • To determine if it was a classic, each route was judged on the following criteria: overall quality, popularity, accessibility, style and historical importance
  • Climbing beta includes peak and prominence elevations and type of rock, as well as grade, approach, route and descent descriptions
  • Detailed photo-based route overlays and topo maps help you plan your approach
  • Includes pitch-by-pitch details, estimated time, recommended equipment, selected history (including first ascents), required permits and special considerations

Author(s): Jeff Smoot

Date: 2021

ISBN: 9781493056439

From off-trail summit hikes and scrambles to multi-pitch alpine rock and high volcano climbs, Climbing Washington's Mountains includes detailed, easy-to-follow directions for 100 classic routes.
  • Fully revised and updated, this book is an accurate, user-friendly guide with easy-to-follow route descriptions and drawings
  • Details 100 classic routes, including Washington's most visible, historically significant and interesting mountains with summits over 5,000 ft.
  • Blending all types of climbing at all levels of difficulty, this guide is suitable for beginning scramblers, alpine rock climbers and more experienced climbers

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