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Smith Rock Guidebooks

Oregon : Central Oregon : Smith Rock

Climb-On Map

Smith Rock Climb-On Map

Climb-On Maps

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Easily find walls and get away from crowds with Climb-On Maps! Detailed crag maps with approaches, walk-offs, and at-a-glance crag summaries. Complements Mountain Project.

Rock Climbing Smith Rock State Park, 2nd

Rock Climbing Smith Rock State Park, 2nd: A Comprehensive Guide to More Than 1,800 Routes

Alan Watts/Falcon

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This long awaited edition has gotten a little thicker with the addition of over 700 new routes. The drawn topos appear to be all re-drawn and the extensive use of photo-topos are a great addition. New visitors to the park should have no problem finding the route of their choice. The bouldering section of the book has been expanded quite a bit (45 pages total) and now includes photo-topos and V-scale ratings for problems. This edition is broken down into the same logical area specific chapters.

Smith Rock Select by Jonathan Thesenga.

Smith Rock Select

Jonathan Thesenga, action photography by Ben Moon. Wolverine Publishing, 2006.

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A guide to the sweetest pitches at Smith Rock, Oregon, with color photos and detailed up-to-date descriptions. Covers more than 280 routes and all of the popular areas. Ben Moon of MoonFoto provided stunning action photos for the book, so there's lots of eye-candy to get you amped for your next trip to Smith. 88 pages, color, sewn binding, publication date May 30, 2006.

NB: This book will be available late May/early June 2006. Be the first to own it. Pre-order now for the discount price of $15 and we'll ship the book to you as soon as it arrives.

Climber's Guide to Smith Rock

Alan Watts

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The OLD guide to Smith Rock State Park. This book contains all of the topos, history, maps, grades, and descriptions that you'll need to get the most out of Smith.

This is one of the best guide books ever written, and Alan Watts deserves an enormous amount of credit for compiling it. This book is almost as essential as your rope and harness at Smith.


Portland Rock Climbs: A Climber's Guide to Northwest Oregon

Tim Olson

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A guidebook for Portland's favorite crags, as well as a second book (NW Oregon Rock) that includes crags around the area. Includes access information, topos, and route descriptions.