After a trip to Rocklands, South Africa, Sam put together some of his best shots that are now available as an ebook for Ipad.
What makes these programs stand apart from other training books is the clearly-defined “do-this-then-this” format.
“Rock Climbing Down Under” represents the best fraction of an archive that encompasses Carter’s 21 years of ceaseless effort in Australia.
The subtitle of the book, “A Guide to Continuous Improvement,” is perhaps the most accurate description of the contents.
The obvious characteristic to discuss is that the Red River Gorge guidebook is not just a book anymore but two books.
The Mammoth guidebook is a self-published effort that offers 264 full color pages and about 1000+ bouldering problems.
The new guidebook for Maple Canyon, Utah has just hit the shelves in time for the summer season. Author Dave Pegg presents some psyche-building photos.
Paul Robinson’s latest offering is a throwback to old-school, no-fluff climbing porn.
After 30 years of aimless wandering, climbers now have a comprehensive guide to the bouldering in Joshua Tree National Park.
Peter Beal's new book proves to be an essential guide to the complex sport of bouldering.