Red River Guide Book


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Generalpoopface · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2014 · Points: 40

Trying to figure out which is the newest guide book and if anyone has one for sale or shoot me a link of where I can pick one up online.

Thanks in advance!

~Nick

Raiden · · Royal Oak, MI · Joined May 2011 · Points: 4,485

There are now 3 guidebooks for the RRG: South, North, and MFRP.

South (2012): Contains most of the sport climbing in the Red, including the PMRP and Muir Valley. It seems that new copies aren't being printed anymore since there is a new version due out this fall (maybe you can wait for the updated one, but I'm not sure when it will be coming out). But some online retailers still have the book in stock. You could also buy it in person in the Red at Miguel's.
http://goo.gl/p51cZb (neptune)
http://goo.gl/k0bmRL (rock and snow)

North (2015): More trad climbing, but also a lot of classic sport lines. This book is still being printed and is readily available.

Miller Fork MFRP (2015): A newer area established in the last several years that has both sport and trad; 300+ routes.

Rock and snow has all 3 of the guidebooks in stock right now.

Of course you can also use the mountain project app, rakkup app, etc. I believe the south guidebook is available on the google play store.

Generalpoopface · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2014 · Points: 40
Raiden wrote:There are now 3 guidebooks for the RRG: South, North, and MFRP. South (2012): Contains most of the sport climbing in the Red, including the PMRP and Muir Valley. It seems that new copies aren't being printed anymore since there is a new version due out this fall (maybe you can wait for the updated one, but I'm not sure when it will be coming out). But some online retailers still have the book in stock. You could also buy it in person in the Red at Miguel's. goo.gl/p51cZb (neptune) goo.gl/k0bmRL (rock and snow) North (2015): More trad climbing, but also a lot of classic sport lines. This book is still being printed and is readily available. Miller Fork MFRP (2015): A newer area established in the last several years that has both sport and trad; 300+ routes. Rock and snow has all 3 of the guidebooks in stock right now. Of course you can also use the mountain project app, rakkup app, etc. I believe the south guidebook is available on the google play store.
Sweet man, thanks! Exactly the info I was looking for.
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