Rock Climbing The Flatirons

Author: Richard Rossiter
Editor: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9781560449188
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Detailed descriptions and maps to this climbing area in Colorado.

Flatiron Classics

Author: Gerry Roach
Editor: Colorado Mountain Club Press
ISBN: 9780979966323
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Originally published 20 years ago and long out of print, the legendary guudebacj Flatiron Classics has been completely updated to include seasonal conservation closures and some reevaluations of route difficulty.Soaring up from the Boulder foothills, the Flatirons are famous for moderate climbing--and the routes are, quite simply, fun Gerry Roach explores this vast array of sandstone slabs.

Rock Climbing Colorado

Author: Stewart M. Green
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493037366
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The birthplace of American rock climbing, Colorado provides a greater variety of rock and routes than any other state—and Rock Climbing Colorado is the only guidebook available to all its major climbing areas. This updated edition includes hundreds of routes. Included are the big cliffs and faces of Rocky Mountain National Park and the Black Canyon of the Gunnison, as well as the smaller crags and outcrops of Pikes Peak, Boulder, Rifle, Shelf Road, Elevenmile Canyon, and many more. All areas covered include first-hand overviews, route descriptions, topos, and full-color photos.

Best Climbs Denver And Boulder

Author: Stewart M. Green
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762767510
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Best Climbs Denver & Boulder covers Eldorado Canyon, the Flatirons, Boulder Canyon, Golden Cliffs, Castlewood Canyon, the north section of the South Platte, and some toproping routes at Ironclads.

Climb

Author: Jeff Achey
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9780898868760
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In 1977, well-respected climbing gurus Bob Godfrey and Dudley Chelton self-published Climb! Rock Climbing in Colorado. The first climbing book of its kind, Climb! detailed Colorado climbing history and suggested a new set of challenges for those fascinated by life on the edge. In addition, Greg Epperson's photography introduced wide-angle drama and on-rappel images. Twenty-five years later, Chelton has teamed up with former Climbing magazine photo editor and climber Jeff Achey to recapture the original book's influence and impact for a new generation of climbers.

Fred Beckey S 100 Favorite North American Climbs

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Editor: Patagonia
ISBN: 1938340094
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Fred Beckey's 100 Favorite North American Climbs is the magnum opus of the greatest American climber of the past century. Fred’s intimate, detailed knowledge of the mountains and climbs he chronicles here create an unparalleled guidebook and must-have for every climber’s bookshelf – as well as a great read for any armchair adventurer. Filled with hand-drawn climbing topos, photos, narrative description, side notes and 40 extra climbs of note in each of the eight geographical regions. This is the guide for every climber’s bookshelf.

Best Of Boulder Bouldering

Author: Bob Horan
Editor: Falcon Guides
ISBN: 9781585920044
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Includes all the classics--plus over 100 boulders and 375 new problems that have never before been covered in any guidebook!

Rock N Road

Author: Tim Toula
Editor: Falcon PressPub Company
ISBN: 9780762723065
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The rock climber's equivalent of a Rand McNally road atlas, this completely revised and updated new edition of Rock 'n' Road compiles information on over 3,000 climbing areas in all 50 states, Canada, and Mexico. The book offers location maps, detailed directions, star ratings, the kind of climbing and rock encountered, access issues, classic routes, and much more. The fundamental reference source for North American climbers.

Rock Climbing Guide To The Boulder Colorado Area

Author: David Dornan
Editor:
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Classic Front Range Trad Climbs

Author: Brendan Leonard
Editor: Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 193705215X
File Size: 50,28 MB
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• 40 classic traditional multi-pitch rock climbs from 5.4 to 5.8 • Climbs organized by area: Lumpy Ridge, Eldorado Canyon, Boulder Canyon, the Flatirons, Garden of the Gods, and the South Platte • Complete climb descriptions, color photos, maps, directions, and gear recommendations Colorado’s Front Range is the perfect place for moderate, traditionally protected rock climbing. This guide covers 40 climbs, perfect for beginning adventure climbers to work their way up the grades on classic routes, or for any climber looking for a fun day out getting high up on the rock and away from the crowds.

Trail And Timberline

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Colorado S Indian Peaks

Author: Gerry Roach
Editor: Fulcrum Publishing
ISBN: 9781555914042
File Size: 13,69 MB
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Located just south of Rocky Mountain National Park, this popular region is one of the most accessible hiking and climbing areas in the West. In this concise and fully up-to-date guidebook, Gerry Roach shares his firsthand knowledge and experience, offering readers a chance to explore some of Colorado's finest mountain trails. Photos & maps.

Boulder Insiders Guide

Author: Roz Brown
Editor: Insiders' Guide
ISBN: 9780762710584
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Written by local authors with many years of experience in writing about their community, the Insiders' Guide RM series provide newcomers, visitors, and business travelers with a native's perspective of the area. Each guide details hotels, restaurants, annual events, attractions, nightlife, parks and recreation, real estate, and much more. Covering more than 60 cities and areas nationwide, the Insiders' Guide RM series offer the best local insights on travel and relocation.Features include: -- Light, easier-to-use 6 x 9 size -- Easy-to-read typeface -- Large photos and maps -- Updated interior graphics -- Thumb tabs for quick reference to specific chapters -- More at-a-glance information in every title -- Expanded, comprehensive indexes -- Easy-to-use geographic organization in regional booksExplore the real Boulder, from the high mountains and sparkling streams of Rocky Mountain National Park to the historic buildings, shops, and galleries.

Summit

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Accidents In North American Mountaineering

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High Over Boulder A Climber S And Hiker S Guide To Boulder Colorado

Author: Pat Ament
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High Over Boulder

Author: Pat Ament
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Georeferencing

Author: Linda L. Hill
Editor: MIT Press
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An introduction to the principles of unified georeferencing, which uses placename and geospatial referencing interchangeably across all types of information storage and retrieval systems. Georeferencing--relating information to geographic location--has been incorporated into today's information systems in various ways. We use online services to map our route from one place to another; science, business, and government increasingly use geographic information systems (GIS) to hold and analyze data. Most georeferenced information searches using today's information systems are done by text query. But text searches for placenames fall short--when, for example, a place is known by several names (or by none). In addition, text searches don't cover all sources of geographic data; maps are traditionally accessed only through special indexes, filing systems, and agency contacts; data from remote sensing images or aerial photography is indexed by geospatial location (mathematical coordinates such as longitude and latitude). In this book, Linda Hill describes the advantages of integrating placename-based and geospatial referencing, introducing an approach to "unified georeferencing" that uses placename and geospatial referencing interchangeably across all types of information storage and retrieval systems. After a brief overview of relevant material from cognitive psychology on how humans perceive and respond to geographic space, Hill introduces the reader to basic information about geospatial information objects, concepts of geospatial referencing, the role of gazetteer data, the ways in which geospatial referencing has been included in metadata structures, and methods for the implementation of geographic information retrieval (GIR). Georeferencing will be a valuable reference for librarians, archivists, scientific data managers, information managers, designers of online services, and any information professional who deals with place-based information.