This was the first Rockfax guidebook dedicated exclusively to the Costa Blanca and was the most comprehensive book ever published to sport and trad climbing on Spain’s ‘white coast’ – weighing in at 368 pages. It covered a host of superb cliffs between Leyva in the far south to Gandia in the north.
The South of France has always been one of the most popular climbing destinations in Europe due to its excellent record of fine weather and superb limestone cliffs. The guide lists 52 cliffs of individual merit.
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.
The Mont Blanc 4810m - 5 Routes to the Summit guidebook helps you to better understand the mountain, and gives you a choice among the five classic summit routes. These include the ordinary route through the Aiguille du Gouter, the Aiguille du Midi traverse, the historical route through the Grands Mulets, the normal Italian route and the Miage - Bionnassay - Mont Blanc traverse.
Winter Skills is packed with essential information and techniques for climbers and walker.
Rockfax guidebook solely dedicated to El Chorro itself and the surrounding crags - This book is from 2008 and covered El Chorro and several crags in the near-by area.
The first English language climbing guide covering a wide range of sport climbing venues in the Haute Provence area of southeast France including Cease, Orpierre and Buoux, to name but a few.
Following on from Rockfax's Haute Provence this new guide covers the Cote d'Azur region including the world famous Verdon Gorge.
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