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St George Bouldering (includes 2-year subscription to digital edition) See the Digital page for complete details.

$18.95
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SKU:
SGB
Availability:
End of March, 2017

St. George has rapidly emerged as one of America’s great climbing destinations. St. George Bouldering is the definitive guide to the amazing problems found near this resort city. With abundant moderate problems, as well as mid-grade gems and unsent projects, St. George will not disappoint the cordless climber.

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  • 5
    Great guide, love it

    Posted by Jacob Taylor Tarazoff on 25th Jan 2021

    Great job, thanks

  • 3
    constructive criticism

    Posted by Tavis Ricksecker on 29th Nov 2020

    While this book is ok, but there are some things about it that could be much better. A better guide to the camping nearby would be great. What use is it to have a map of campsites up to 40 miles away from the bouldering without an in depth description of the camping nearby? What use is it to have a map of all the roped climbing nearby when there isn't even a map of the bouldering areas actually featured in the book? Also, I realize that star ratings are subjective but they certainly help guide the visitor to the more quality sectors and would be very useful.

  • 5
    Great Guidebook

    Posted by Eric G on 1st Jan 2019

    Highly recommend. Some nice improvements upon the previous edition. Includes great features often skipped by other guidebooks such as sun aspect, approach estimate, elevation/weather tips, etc. The crew at Sharp End are very customer focused and their passion shows in their products and interaction with their contacts.

    Used this guidebook heavily during a visit to the area and it was very accurate and had great location and description details. A few inconsistencies on graphic/topo versus routes listing, but a great book nonetheless!