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Castle Rocks Idaho - A Climber's Guide

Dave Bingham / Falcon Press, 2008

  • Castle Rocks, Idaho - a magical place of spires, peaceful meadows and rugged backcountry - opened to the public for the first time in 2003.

  • With this climbers guide, you can discover this unique preserve for yourself. This book has all the information you need to climb over 340 rock routes, including complete maps, photos, and area information.

Available in most stores in Almo.

City of Rocks Idaho - A Climber's Guide

Dave Bingham / The Globe Pequot Press, 2004

Idaho's City of Rocks has been called America's premier granite climbing area. Tucked away in the enchanting high desert corner of the state, this area continues to attract climbers from around the globe.

The City of Rocks is renowned for its fascinating and often bizarre geography, plentiful moderates climbs as well as famous test-pieces of extreme difficulty. With an inviting combination of rustic western atmosphere, scenic camping, and well protected climbs, the City of Rocks is a unique and refreshingly enjoyable experience.

This seventh edition of City of Rocks - A Climber's Guide offers the most thorough and up to date information, maps, and topos detailing over 750 high quality climbs. Also included are details on local amenities, camping, geology, biking, hiking, and running trails, climbing lore, and other Idaho climbing spots to discover.

Idaho Underground

Dave Bingham
Great guidebook from local climber Dave Bingham. Contains boulder problems and roped climbs for Dierkes, as well as many other crags around southern Idaho.

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