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California : Joshua Tree National Park

The newest and only guide to Sport Climbing and Top Rope sites in Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree Sport Climbs & Top Rope Sites

Todd Gordon, published by K. Daniels and Associates, 2018

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Up to date guide to Sport Climbing and Top Roping in Joshua Tree National Park area.
Beta on 1,000+ routes in a full color detailed guide!

Climb-On Map

Joshua Tree Climb-On Map

Climb-On Maps

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Tired of getting lost in JTree? Get away from crowds and find over 640 mapped crags! Climb-On Maps provides detailed crag maps with approaches, walk-offs, and at-a-glance crag summaries. Complements Mountain Project.

Best Climbs Joshua Tree National Park: The Best Sport and Trad Routes in the Park (Best Climbs Series)

Best Climbs Joshua Tree National Park: The Best Sport and Trad Routes in the Park (Best Climbs Series)

Bob Gaines (2011) Falcon Guides ISBN-13: 978-0762770199

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A concise guide to more than 250 quality trad and sport routes with full-color photographs throughout. Perfect for the visiting climber with sun/shade info, GPS coordinates, gear requirements and much more.

Classic Joshua Tree Routes and Bouldering

Classic Joshua Tree Routes and Bouldering

Randy Vogel/K. Daniels Publishing

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A great select book detailing the best of the best with helpful maps, interesting history throughout and much more. The perfect guide for visiting climbers and locals alike.

Joshua Tree Rock Climbs

Joshua Tree Rock Climbs

Robert Miramontes/Wolverine Publishing

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A fairly complete select guide with thousands of routes and boulder problems. Full color throughout with detailed maps, action photos and fun lists throughout.

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Cragcam's Guide to Joshua Tree National Park - a DVD

Cragcam Productions LLC

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A trip to Joshua Tree is too big to plan from grainy black and white photos in a travel or climbing guide book. With over 1200 square miles and almost 8000 climbing routes, there's an incredible amount to see and do in Joshua Tree.

Cragcam's guide breaks park activities into three easy to explore sections; Off Rock, On Rock and In Camp. From the main menu you can select the activities you're interested in for planning your visit to the park and avoid wasted drive time or disappointing long approaches. Day hikes, overnight trips, remote desert floor, palm tree oasis, mountain ascents, top rope areas, isolated crags, classic climbs... it's your vacation, what do you want to do?

Cover of Joshua Tree West

Joshua Tree West : Quail Springs to Hidden Valley Campground

Randy Vogel (2006) Falcon Guides

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The long awaited first installment, of three, to cover the ever popular Joshua Tree National Park. Completely reworked with new maps, new photos, more detailed route descriptions with protection recommendations and tons of new routes. Get your copy and see what you've been missing!

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The Trad Guide to Joshua Tree - 60 favorites climbs from 5.5 to 5.9

Charlie & Diane Winger

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The Trad Guide to Joshua Tree was written especially for moderate climbers looking for fun routes. It contains detailed maps, directions, and photos for locating each of 60 favorite rock climbs, sun/shade info, descent instructions, and pro suggestions. There is a large, full-color photo of every route, plus other photos showing details of the approach for the more complex areas.

Rock Climbing Joshua Tree (2nd edition)

Rock Climbing: Joshua Tree

Randy Vogel (2000) Falcon Guides

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Randy Vogel's Joshua Tree guidebook is getting a bit dated (this 2nd edition was published in 2000), but it still remains a comprehensive guide to the world famous area and works perfectly well for getting you to the numerous classics of the area.

Rock Climbing Joshua Tree, 2nd (Regional Rock Climbing Series) Paperback – September, 2000