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
- 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
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This book is an amazing document of one of the coolest climbing regions on Earth. Kudos to the author. Kudos and thanks also to the publisher. My book was damaged in transit and the owner of Sharp End Publishing called immediately and took care of it. Very impressed with a great book and great publisher.
I love climbing guidebooks and this one is especially well done. I bought it for a very small bit of relevant (to me) information, but the entire book is worthwhile. The photography is excellent and the climbing beta seems thorough and informative. Most of the climbs in this book are well outside my comfort level and skill set; however, the descriptions and photos inspire me to want to get out there and improve my climbing so I might enjoy some of these beautiful adventures in the future.