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Hey folks, what is the preferred guide book for Joshua Tree.Can i get it from nearby when I'm there?
There are a couple:Randy Vogel's and Miramontes. Both are good.You can get them at the Nomad Ventures climbing shop in the town of Joshua Tree.http://www.supertopo.com/climbers-forum/1459626/new-joshua-tree-guidebooks-Miramontes-versus-Vogel
Chat with the fellas at Nomad, they will steer you correctly. THere is the big book of 3000 climbs. its really good. I dont remember who wrote it though.
The guys at Nomad steered me to the big book when I was out there. It's a really good book and really well done. It's the Miramontes one, Wolverine publishing.
You use to be able to rent a guidebook at the little hippie shop called Coyote Corner on the left side of the road near the park entrance. I thought that was a great idea. I'm not sure if that is still an option. This was 12 or so years ago.