New Eldo Guidebook + free eBook (now!) + 10% donated to Action Committe for Eldo
Submitted By: Nick Wilder on Aug 17, 2009
Our newest sponsor, Sharp End Publishing, is taking pre-orders for the Eldorado Guidebook due out later this fall.
A preview is here:
Orders are here:
Pre-order the Eldorado Canyon guidebook and receive a free eBook to use while you wait. Print out just the pages you need for long routes. In addition, 10% of gross pre-order sales will be donated to Action Committee for Eldorado. If you'd like to pick up your book at the Boulder Rock Club (we expect the books in late September) please type BRC in the Special Notes section of the order form and we will not charge shipping.
|Comments on New Eldo Guidebook + free eBook (now!) + 10% donated to Action Committe for Eldo
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Aug 18, 2009
Went through the process and had a look through the Ebook last night. Of course it's not like holding the copy in your hands to see the quality of it yet, but the book in and of itself seems pretty cool. Beautify photography, lots of history, and a ton of unclear lines and such made clear for the first time. Now I can go get those "unfindable" routes.
|By Byron Murray|
Aug 19, 2009
The e-book looks amazing. I'm really looking forward to the hard copy. The quality of guide books keeps getting better and better. Thanks to Steve Levin and Sharp End for putting out a top quality guide.
|By Joseph P. Crotty|
From: Broomfield, CO
Aug 19, 2009
Have been thumbing through the eBook for a few days now and it is superbly done. The new picture layout sans topos is great (i.e., Euro standard). The route descriptions are dead on. The history, bios, and anecdotes are hilarious and chalk full of pertinent data. This is the new Eldo guide gold standard. Thanks Steve Levin for the labor of love to make this a winner!
|By John McNamee|
From: Littleton, CO
Aug 20, 2009
I was just able to download the eBook this morning and I havenít had much time to go through it, but I got to say that Iíve been blown away with the guide book. Itís simply incredible. From the history, the route pictures, the layout, itís a work of art.
When I pick up my copy of the printed book, itís not going any further than the coffee table at home! The ebook is great Ö print off a few pages and stuff them into the pack....
Thanks for raising the bar.
Aug 28, 2009
The eBook looks fantastic! I totally appreciate the historical research and the interviews. This book is more than just a climging topo, it's a climbing encyclopaedia for Eldo climbers.
|By phil broscovak|
From: Boo-older, Co.
Oct 15, 2009
So when will it hit the book shelves?
|By Steve Levin|
From: Boulder, CO
Oct 15, 2009
The new Eldo guide is available now at area shops including Neptune and Bent Gate.