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Adirondack Rock by Jim Lawyer and Jeremy Haas
Adirondack Rock is the comprehensive rock climbing guidebook to the Adirondack Park. The guidebook includes all technical rock climbing routes from all known crags located on public land within the boundary of the Adirondack Park in New York State.
Two volumes (1,104 total pages), full color throughout. Includes detailed information on 3,100 routes and variations, on more than 320 cliffs.
North Conway Rock Climbs by Jerry Handren
This guidebook covers a broad geographical area loosely centered on the town of North Conway on the eastern side of the White Mountains in New Hampshire. This area is one of the oldest climbing grounds in North America and continues to be one of the most important on the East Coast. The area covered stretches from the crest of the Kancamagus Highway in the west, down through the Mount Washington Valley, and over to the crags of Evans Notch and the Bethel area in Western Maine.
368 pages full color. Detailed information of around 2000 climbs using full written descriptions, maps, topos and photodiagrams.
Tough Schist by Travis Peckham
Tough Schist is the first guidebook to document decades of rock climbing exploration and route development in the Green Mountain State. The book includes backcountry cliffs, roadside crags, alpine rock climbs, and gives detailed information for those interested in sport climbing, trad climbing and bouldering. It covers all major climbing areas in northern Vermont on public or protected lands.
312 pages covering over 500 routes/variations in 23 climbing areas and 60+ bouldering problems in 11 bouldering areas. Topos, maps, and full route descriptions in an easy-to-read format.