Moab Climbs: High on Moab | Digital Edition

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By: Karl Kelley

Towers, crags, bouldering—it’s all here. Never before have the climbs of greater Moab been so well documented. High on Moab is the definitive climbing guide by long-time Moab local Karl Kelley. He draws from the town’s climbing community and decades of climbing on the world-class sandstone. This book describes the very best climbing in Utah’s picturesque red rock desert. 

Areas in this guide include: 

  • 313 Road
  • Canyonlands
  • Little Valley
  • Arches National Park
  • Potash Road - Wall Street, Culvert Canyon, Day Canyon, Long Canyon
  • River Road
  • Castle Valley
  • Fisher Towers
  • Kane Creek
  • La Sal Mountains
  • 191 South

"This book is a gift. Karl's gift to you." - Fred Knapp, Sharp End Founder

The Digital Edition is a copy licensed for use on two devices. More details can be found here and the file can be downloaded here. Digital Edition licenses will be sent within 48 hours of purchase.


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  • 1
    Bad ebook platform

    Posted by David on 11th Dec 2023

    Clearly a lot of work has gone into creating the content for this book. Unfortunately, that effort is spoiled by the aggressive DRM platform the publisher has chosen to distribute it through. Not only is it annoying to download and use a separate platform for this one book, not only is it excessively restrictive (2 devices, so I can’t have the book on my phone, iPad, and laptop), not only do I not truly own the book, so if the developer stops supporting this specific app I will lose the book, but decisively: it’s just a bad app in terms of functionality. - There is no true table of contents feature like a pdf or epub would have (that can be pulled up from any page, with links not only to areas but also specific crags) - The photos in the ebook have become so pixelated and low resolution as to render many of them useless These two points are entirely dealbreakers for me in my ability to use the book pleasantly. As a result, as much as I would like to buy the canyon book from Sharp End as well, I will not. It’s a shame. Please take a look at Squamish Select for a gold standard example of climbing ebook usability.

  • 4
    Climbing Guide

    Posted by Nathan Barnett on 15th Feb 2021

    Very well thought out guidebook. Great topos. Thank you for all the hard work