Rock Climbing Books
Technical Slot Canyon Guide to the Colorado Plateau
By: Michael R. Kelsey In this all new second edition of Technical Slot Canyons of the Colorado Plateau you will find over 330 pages documenting over 110 different major technical canyons plus many, many more smaller (though no less challenging)...
Canyoneering 3: Loop Hikes in Utah's Escalante
By: Steve Allen Utah's Escalante: a vast jigsaw puzzle of desert canyons, draws, defiles, gorges, slots, and washes demarcating upland expanses of slickrock, benches, and ridges and delineating towers, pinnacles, and peaks. This guide features 37 major hikes designed to...
Canyoneering San Rafael Swell
The San Rafael Swell is a seemingly endless expanse of slickrock, reefs, rivers, narrow canyons, mesas, towers, and pinnacles. It is the wilderness home of coyotes, eagles, mountain lions, and bighorn sheep. Steve Allenâ€™sÂ Canyoneering: The San Rafael SwellÂ has...
Canyoneering 2: Technical Loop Hikes in Southern Utah
By: Steve AllenCanyoneering 2 is a guide to seven week-long backpack trips into some of the least-visited areas of the Colorado Plateau. Every hike contains the four essentials of a great canyoneering route: spectacular canyons, intimate narrows, big views, and...
Rock Climbing Utah (Falcon Guide)
Utah is a magnificent landscape of startling diversity and beauty, manifested for climbers in more cliff miles of exposed rock than any other state. Fragile sandstone towers pierce the sky amid endless miles of vertical cliffs sometimes more than a...
Women Who Dare: North America's Most Inspiring Women Climbers
A celebration of feminine beauty, athleticism, wisdom, and skill—Women Who Dare profiles twenty of America’s most inspiring women climbers ranging from legends like Lynn Hill to the rising stars of today. The book is both inspirational and aspirational — as each climber tells her story in...
Selected Climbs of the Desert Southwest: Colorado and Utah
By: Camera M. Burns If you seek to climb the classic routes of the desert - the most rewarding, most elegant, and most historically interesting - this guide is all you'll need. An expert rock climber has sorted through hundreds...
Bouldering: Movement, Tactics, and Problem Solving
By Peter Beal Bouldering: Movement, Tactics, and Problem Solving demonstrates not just the basics of how to boulder, but also how to get better at it and take it to the next level. Whether you're a beginning climber who just started...
Rock Climbing the Wasatch Range
By: Stuart & Bret Ruchman Every serious climber should experience Utah's Wasatch Range. Granite slabs, vertical finger cracks, overhanging off-widths, steep faces, and alpine adventures make it an unbeatable climbing destination. And the singular beauty of the Wasatch, with its...
Climbing and Hiking in the Wind River Mountains
Now completely updated and revised with new color photos and topos, this guidebook is the ultimate resource to technical climbing routes, hiking trails, and peak-bagging routes in Wyoming's Wind River Range, a popular playground for backcountry enthusiasts and alpine rock climbers. More than 200...
Desert Rock: Rock Climbs in the National Parks
A Rock climbing guide with routes in Arches, Zion, Capitol Reef and Canyonlands National Parks. Includes Glen Canyon National Recreational Area and Green River area just outside the park boundary of Canyonlands National Park.
Climber's Guide to American Fork Canyon, Rock Canyon
The companion book to the new Wasatch Range climbing guide.
Best Climbs Moab: Over 140 of the Best Routes in the Area
By: Stewart M. Green Best Climbs Moab showcases the best climbs in the Moab area, ideal for climbers who want to hit as many select routes as possible in a weekend or short visit. Longtime desert climber Stewart Green leads...