9781771601009

Sport Climbs in the Canadian Rockies

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  • ISBN13:

    9781771601009

  • ISBN10:

    1771601000

  • Edition: 7th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 11/15/2016
  • Publisher: Rocky Mountain Books

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Summary

Originally published in 1995, Sport Climbs in the Canadian Rockies continues to be the quintessential guidebook that both local and visiting climbers reach for when traveling to Western Canada. Featuring over 2,300 routes located throughout the Bow Valley, including climbs at Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise, Kananaskis Country and the Ghost River area, this new edition features eight new areas, 500 new routes, the latest updates, full-color maps and photos, and over 300 marked topos. All routes include difficulty classifications and are completely indexed, including first-ascent information.

Author Biography

John Martin, a Calgary native, is an environmental consultant and the author of 13 climbing guides. He has been climbing in the Rockies since 1963 and developing sport routes there since 1983. John lives in Calgary, Alberta.

Jon Jones started rock climbing on the gritstone edges of his native England at the age of 15. Now a recently retired university geology instructor, he spends his time rock climbing in the Rockies, the Okanagan and, when winter arrives, in Australia and other warm places.

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