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Rock Climbing Photo: South Platte Rock: A Guide to Every Route Worth Cl...

South Platte Rock



by Ken Trout, Sharp End Publishing
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The South Platte region of Colorado is home to many classic granite crags from multi-pitch spires to choice single pitch splitters. Early Platte pioneer Ken Trout is famous for his excellent topos of this amazing area.

Areas Covered..
Buffalo Creek
Pine Area
Rock Climbing Photo: South Platte, the Rock Climber's Guide, by Peter H...

South Platte: The Rock Climber's Guide



by Peter Hubbel, (August 1997) Chockstone Pr; ISBN: 1575400081
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This updated comprehensive climbers guide to the entire South Platte region includes almost 1,500 routes with completely new topo maps and new route information. Including the following areas: Pine, Cathedral Spires/The Dome, Malay Archipelago, Buffalo Creek, Top of the World, Noddlehead, Rampart Range Road North and South, Wigwam Creek, Helen's Dome, Turkey Rock, Big Rock, and Tarryall.

Areas Covered..
Buffalo Creek
Pine Area
Rock Climbing Photo: South Platte: The Northern Volume.

South Platte: The Northern Volume



Fixed Pin Publishing.
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The South Platte - Northern Volume -- The first of a two part series, the northern volume covers everything from Conifer to Buffalo Creek. This includes the Cathedral Spires, the Castle, Top of the World, Pine, the Malay Archipelago, Devil’s Head and many more areas.

Of the 3,000 routes in the South Platte, 1600 of them are described in this volume, from 30 foot clip-ups to 1300 foot multipitch epics.

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As one of the oldest climbing areas in Colorado, the Platte has been steeped in local lore and legend for more than a century. Routes like Center Route (5.9) and Wunsch's Dihedral (5.11b), widely regarded as two of the best multipitch routes in the state, merely represent the tip of the iceberg. With the addition of hundreds of new routes, previously undocumented domes and crags, and better beta for the old classics, areas formerly shrouded in mystery, discussed in hushed conversations and documented on bar napkin topos will become accessible to anyone ready for an adventurous day of climbing. The release of this upcoming color guide chock-full of description photos and pitch-by-pitch route breakdowns will eliminate the navigational debacles and frustrating epics created by sketchy info and hand-drawn topos. Climbers can now stop the pointless bushwacking and start exploring the Platte’s hidden gems.

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