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by Eric Bjornstad

Download Rock Climbing Desert Rock IV: The Colorado Plateau Backcountry: Utah (Regional Rock Climbing Series) eBook
ISBN:
0762711450
Author:
Eric Bjornstad
Category:
Specialty Travel
Language:
English
Publisher:
Falcon Guides; 1st edition (January 1, 2003)
Pages:
480 pages
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1783 kb
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1698 kb
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1665 kb
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Rating:
4.2
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192


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Rock Climbing Desert Rock IV The Colorado Plateau Backcountry Utah Regional Rock Climbing Series.

The Colorado Plateau encompasses the high desert country of Colorado, New Maxico, Arizona, and Utah. In this fourth volume of Eric Bjornstadt's extraordinary climbing tour of the region, the author documents climbs on the region's spectacular backcountry towers and cliffs. Painstakingly illustrated and with a guide's eye for the fascinating natural history of the region, t The Colorado Plateau encompasses the high desert country of Colorado, New Maxico, Arizona, and Utah. Painstakingly illustrated and with a guide's eye for the fascinating natural history of the region, this book is a must for every Southwestern climber.

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Published January 1, 2003 by Falcon.

Rock-climbing legend Eric Bjornstad's fourth collection of Colorado Plateau climbing routes will take you to twenty-seven diverse areas, all within the incomparable canyons of Utah's remote desert backcountry

Rock-climbing legend Eric Bjornstad's fourth collection of Colorado Plateau climbing routes will take you to twenty-seven diverse areas, all within the incomparable canyons of Utah's remote desert backcountry. Southern Utah offers the most concentrated sandstone climbing in the great expanse of the Colorado Plateau, a range of splitter cracks, chimneys, dihedrals, overhangs, and off-widths to tempt, then challenge, any appetite.

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Rock Climbing Desert Rock IV: The Colorado Plateau Backcountry: Utah. Published by Falcon (2003). ISBN 10: 0762711450 ISBN 13: 9780762711451.

The Colorado Plateau encompasses the high desert country of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. Illustrated with a guide's eye for the fascinating natural history of the region, this book is a must for every Southwestern climber. Rock Climbing Desert Rock IV. Specifications. Regional Rock Climbing. Electrode, Comp-812499166, ralus-15, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-30. 0, abc0, 0aa98774acd, Generated: Sun, 27 Oct 2019 00:41:52 GMT.

Church Rock is a solitary column of sandstone in southern Utah along the eastern side of . Bjornstad, Eric (2003). Route 191, near the entrance to the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. With majestic Colorado and Green River canyons, Canyonlands, this 200 foot roadside oddity near Monticello is called Church Rock. It seldom attracts more than a casual glance as visitors head toward Newspaper Rock State Historic Monument and the Needles district or drive between Moab and Monticello.

The Colorado Plateau encompasses the high desert country of Colorado, New Maxico, Arizona, and Utah. In this fourth volume of Eric Bjornstadt's extraordinary climbing tour of the region, the author documents climbs on the region's spectacular backcountry towers and cliffs. Painstakingly illustrated and with a guide's eye for the fascinating natural history of the region, this book is a must for every Southwestern climber.
  • Marad
Hmm. Surprised no one has reviewed this guide. Continuing in his series of Desert Rock guides, #4 is a gem in it covers many areas overlooked by the first 3. Having known Eric while living in Moab in the late 90's, I know from personal experience how much effort and pride he puts into these books. I would see him on a weekly basis as he dined at Pasta J's (probably still does) regularly. Being a jeep/ruins/gem guide in the area, he was/is familiar with nooks and crannies of the canyons it would take one dozens of years to accumulate-- which is what he has done. He would give us beta on towers, huge crack faces and more that had never been touched. We'd go out and put up first accents. Many were memorable and are in this book and in #3. Some, not so memorable, but always good memories!
Eric strives for the most accurate info he could get. He'd rely on the climbers themselves for route beta, updating the guides meticulously as he went along.
Great work.
You're in for real climbing adventure of your own with this series.
~jr
  • Qus
If your looking to climb half of moab then get this book but the author split the moab area into two books the other half is in Desert rock III i think. But other than that nonsense the guide is good.