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Rock Climbing Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland
The Mid-Atlantic states of Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland host some of the finest rock climbing in the country. This guide features over 1,000 routes at more than 20 areas throughout the region. The best routes at the classic destinations are all covered -- Seneca Rocks, the New River Gorge, Summersville, Great Falls, and Carderock -- but also included are many neve ...more
Paperback, 432 pages
Published August 1st 2001 by FalconGuides
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Much-needed addition to guidebook libraries for the greater Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia climbing community. It is not a comprehensive book by any stretch. In order to cover *every* crag in *each* of the three states would require a much, much fatter tome - or a lot of additional information to be left out. Not, this is an overview of most of the more popular/visited crags in the three states. It even includes the elusive, hard-to-find Old Rag rocks in the Shenandoah. If you're just going t ...more
The must-have guide for east coast climbing. My copy is dirty, mud stained, water stained, and bruised around the edges but I wouldn't trade it for anything. It's got all my fav climbing areas bookmarked.