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By Richard Border
From Los Angeles, CA
May 15, 2014
Sculpture Gap
Howdy--I'm moving from California to Boulder in August for grad school and wanted to order some guidebooks (to leave by my toilet) to start getting stoked on the climbing around there. Looking for recommendations as to which to buy. I'll be living there for at least 5 years so in-depth guides are definitely preferred to best-of guides.

Oh, and I don't really like to boulder so trad/sport route guides are preferred :)

Thanks in advance

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By mark felber
From Wheat Ridge, CO
May 15, 2014
stores.sharpendbooks.com/eldorado-canyon-a-climbing-guide-20>>>

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By Garrick Steele
From Golden, CO
May 15, 2014
shadowme
this one would look good next to the shitter - wolverinepublishing.com/boulder-canyon-rock-climbs

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By bmagee13
May 15, 2014
Check out Fixed Pin Publishing's website as well. They have several Colorado guidebooks.

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By Richard Border
From Los Angeles, CA
May 15, 2014
Sculpture Gap
Cool, thanks for the recommendations everyone! I'll be spending a lot of time in the bathroom...

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By DJ Walsh
May 15, 2014
Hey Richard!

Check out this book by Gerry Roach, Flat Iron Classics.

www.mountaineersbooks.org/Flatiron-Classics-P537.aspx

Here's a good article/interview on the author if you are looking for anything else to read on the head.

www.outsideonline.com/blog/outdoor-adventure/gerry-roach-mr->>>

Check your knot!

d

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