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El Portrero Chico Guidebook

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Owen Lunz · · Unknown Hometown · Joined May 2002 · Points: 0

I am heading down to Potrero for a long weekend in March and was curious if anyone was willing to loan/sell me a guidebook. The books are a little hard to come by and I don't see myself needing to own a copy. If your poor book is just hanging around collecting dust imagine how excited it would be to get some use:) I will take good care of it and return it promptly. I live in Lafayette, Co.

Jen Shriber · · Atlanta, GA · Joined Feb 2014 · Points: 20

You can always rent a copy of the guidebook on the Rakkup app. It's pretty cheap and nice to not have to carry a paper guidebook up 10+ pitches with you.

Jay Morse · · Hooksett, New Hampshire · Joined Jul 2013 · Points: 30

The Rakkup guide is excellent

mountainhick · · Black Hawk, CO · Joined Mar 2009 · Points: 120

Rakkup, Mountain project app, ask around at the crags and you'll do fine. Frank said he'd have the printed book available here (at EPC) in around the next week.

Tzilla Rapdrilla · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2006 · Points: 840

Frank's book in either Rakkup format or the print version is excellent and will get you to many sweet routes.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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