This Fontainebleau bouldering guide has the same set up as the well known 7 + 8 and gives a complete and clear overview of the medium to difficult boulder problems ofFontainebleau. Printed in full color and describes 3975 problems from5- up to 6c+. The problems have been described in such a way that one can both easily find and understand them.
Chamonix is the most famous climbing area in Europe. Nowhere else has as much quality rock, spectacular peaks and varied mountaineering history. For most climbers, a trip to Chamonix is an integral part of their climbing and mountaineering career. When there you want to try everything; perfect granite rock routes, magnificent long ridges, intimidating north faces and then also have some valley sport climbing for the ‘rest days’. Or maybe you just want to tick Mont Blanc.
Located in northern Italy, and representing a true mix of Italian and Austrian culture, the Dolomites contain climbing of every shape and size. Single pitch sport crags lie beside kilometre-long traditional routes, with climbs which are steeped in history running parallel to modern bolted lines.
Fancy a bit of R & R from the daily chore of trudging up snow slopes with the consistency of sugar or dodging collapsing seracs in the late afternoon sun - this is a new edition of the ever popular Chamonix Valley Cragging guide (published July 2015), describing all the sport climbing venues in the area.
Translated from the popular French guidebook, this gives a fine introduction to the area for British hill walkers visiting the Alps for the first time.
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