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Mar 28, 2012
Alex Harrison wrote:
Easy to read, easy to search.


Can it search by route name?

Try, "name unknown".

How many routes?

Har har...
Brian in SLC
Joined Oct 6, 2003
12,485 points
Mar 28, 2012
LMAO!!!!!!

Brain, that's the FUNNIEST things I have heard all year!

Your TOO snarky!
Jason Stevens
From Ephraim, UT
Joined Jan 30, 2007
454 points
Mar 28, 2012
OK, so y'all know there are TWO guidebooks available. Take your pick, decide which one works best for you.

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The comprehensive Maple Canyon guidebook by local author Darren Knezek is now available for pre-purchase at maplecanyonclimbing.com.

Darrens guide has over 600 routes and many new areas, including several areas developed this winter and early spring! Available May 1.

Hope to see you there...

Jason Stevens
Author: Maple Canyon Rock Climbing editions 1,2,3
Jason Stevens
From Ephraim, UT
Joined Jan 30, 2007
454 points
Mar 28, 2012
While everyone is fretting over which guide book to buy the rest of us are just reading the grade written in chalk on the bottom cobble. Tom Hore
Joined Jun 23, 2009
150 points
Mar 28, 2012
I heard this guy was brushing the chalk off rocks in Little Cottonwood lately:

Rock Climbing Photo: Hitman in Little Cottonwood...
Hitman in Little Cottonwood...


Who knows, maybe he's already got to Maple too?
Brian in SLC
Joined Oct 6, 2003
12,485 points
Apr 22, 2012
I will get both guides so I can climb all of the newest, shittiest, dirtiest, chossiest routes in the canyon. Both named and unnamed. lovinspoonful
Joined Apr 20, 2012
0 points
May 31, 2012
Look what showed up at Mountainworks this evening!
You can still order online at mapleguidebook.com or come into the shop and get a real, actual, copy in your hand immediately. The binding was still warm and supple from the press, but by flipping through it, it became obvious of why it has taken a while to come to fruition. They really did a fabulous job. Chocked full of full page color photo's, maps, route names and descriptions, FA info and photos of the first ascensionists climbing their own routes, this book has been worth the wait.
Rock Climbing Photo: Maple Guide is here!
Maple Guide is here!
Tyson Taylor
Joined Sep 3, 2010
50 points
May 31, 2012
Finally... T_jones
From Salt Lake
Joined Jan 20, 2008
100 points
Jul 31, 2012
Is there anywhere you can buy the guidebook around Maple Canyon? i.e. surrounding towns?

Thanks
ctmeg
From Middletown, CT
Joined Dec 1, 2008
0 points
Jul 31, 2012
I stopped into the fountain green town store a few weeks ago (the one with the green sign) and I'm pretty sure they were selling the wolverine guide. they might have the other one too by now. T_jones
From Salt Lake
Joined Jan 20, 2008
100 points
Jul 31, 2012
Maple Leaf Climbing in Ephraim stocks the Knezek (i.e. definitive) guide. The shop is at 450 South 50 East, adjacent to the parking lot of Kent's Market. Jason Stevens, the owner, is one of the granddaddies of Maple climbing. Ephraim is about 20 minutes from the canyon. Matt Selman
From Salt Lake City
Joined Jan 28, 2009
140 points


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