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Traditional Lead Climbing

Author : Heidi Pesterfield
ISBN : 9780899975597
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Traditional Lead Climbing is the first and only guidebook intended to teach rock climbers how to lead with gear. Unlike other types of climbing such as sport and direct-aid climbing, “trad” climbing relies on placing your own gear as you climb from the ground. It’s also one of the more dangerous climbing activities, where expert guidance is a must. This invaluable guide gives step-by-step descriptions of equipment, rope management, and techniques. Dozens of close-up photos and fun yet informative drawings show situations climbers might encounter and how to deal with them. In addition to covering the basics, the book showcases the experience and wisdom of a number of world-class climbers in self-revealing sidebars.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Climbing

Author : Nate Fitch
ISBN : 9781493025275
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 81.46 MB
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This handy, pocket-size manual provides easy-to-understand, step-by-step guidance to climbers transitioning to the advanced level of trad rock climbing.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Meeting Jesus At The Rock A Parable Of The Christian Life In Rock Climbing

Author : Jay Neuman
ISBN : 9781257591725
Genre : Religion
File Size : 82.57 MB
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Rock climbing is a spiritual experience. Spending time in nature is spending time in God's cathedrals. The ones he has made with his own hands. This book started as an outline for a five day rock climbing course and spiritual workshop. Each morning would start out with a rock climbing lesson. The group would then spend the day climbing and practicing the skills from that day's lesson. In the afternoon, there would be a time of life application and discussion. Then the book took on a life of its own. What started as a few spiritual lessons learned through interacting with God's creation became a parable for our life's journey through five stages of spiritual maturity. Along the way, it presents a roadmap to a deeper and more genuine Christian faith. This new version includes a 7-part bible study discussion guide - Seven Spiritual Principles of Rock Climbing.
Category: Religion

Rock Climbing

Author : Scott Wurdinger
ISBN : 1583413944
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 83.36 MB
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Examines many aspects of rock climbing, including equipment, fundamental skills, and ways to get started.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Indoor Climbing Manual

Author : John White
ISBN : 9781408186640
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 60.90 MB
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In this comprehensive guide, experienced climber and coach John White shows how to climb indoors and introduces the reader to a range of exercises and techniques that will not only improve their indoor climbing but also help them to climb more safely and effectively outside. Climbing on artificial walls has been growing in popularity since the idea was first developed nearly 40 years ago and there are now indoor climbing walls and specialised indoor centres in most major UK cities as well as the means for keen climbers to construct their own walls in their gardens or garages at home. Climbing using artificial walls is a safe and controlled way for beginners to learn the techniques they need to know for climbing outdoors. It is also a means for experienced outdoor climbers to train effectively when they are not near to suitable outdoor sites or conditions are dangerous.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Climbing

Author :
ISBN : UCSC:32106019140133
Genre : Rock climbing
File Size : 52.82 MB
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Category: Rock climbing

Ice Mixed Climbing

Author : Will Gadd
ISBN : 089886769X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 80.39 MB
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* Will Gadd is an ESPN X Games and Ice World Cup winner* There are 1.1 million ice climbers in the U.S. (Outdoor Industry Association, 2001)* Seventh installment in The Mountaineers Outdoor Expert series"Mixed climbing is my favorite discipline. It's the most fun because it has the fewest rules-sort of like professional wrestling compared to boxing." So says Will Gadd, as profiled in Fifty Favorite Climbs. Here the champion ice climber presents the same techniques and veteran wisdomhe imparts to those who attend his annual clinics. These include step-by-step instructions for the swing (ice axe), the kick (footwork), and putting it all together (tracking); how to "read" ice to select your line and follow it safely; and drytool techniques for mixed climbing. Training exercises and inspirational stories complete this seminal guide. Will Gadd won every major ice competition in the world in 1998 and 1999, as well as the 2000 Ice World Cup. A resident of Canmore, Alberta, hehas written for Climbing and Rock & Ice, among other publications. Roger Chayer's photos have appeared in Rock & Ice, Climbing, Gripped, Equinox, and the Alpine Club of Canada Journal. He lives in Calgary, Alberta. Part of the Mountaineers Outdoor Expert series.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Yamnuska Rock

Author : Andy Genereux
ISBN : 1894765745
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 75.91 MB
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Canadian rock climbing was born on the big flat face of Yamnuska. For more than 50 years aspiring youth and grizzled veterans have been putting up new routes on the south-facing slab that faces the sun and attracts climbers every month of the year. In the first-ever climbing guide to the Yam, you will find 115 routes described in detail and accompanied by maps and photographs. Yamnuska holds a special place in the hearts of people who seek adventure. Climbs range in grade from 5.5 through 5.12, and styles encompass the very bold to the more conservative. The cliff is steeped in history. There is a spiritual nature that is hard to explain, but many climbers have shared this feeling after a day scaling her lofty heights. Partnerships develop between friends and the mountain that can last a lifetime.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Rock Climbing

Author : Chris Oxlade
ISBN : 9780822512400
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 74.70 MB
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Provides an introduction to the sport of rock climbing, along with information on the sport's history, styles of climbing, equipment, techniques, popular sites for climbing, and some of the dangers.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Rock Climbing Anchors 2nd Edition

Author : Topher Donahue
ISBN : 9781680511413
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 30.98 MB
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Seminal book updated by author of the acclaimed Advanced Rock Climbing Easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions 400 new color photos demonstrate techniques For this new edition of Rock Climbing Anchors, climber and writer Topher Donahue carefully reviewed each technique and lesson, making them even easier to understand and learn. Key updates include: Improved content hierarchy, reading efficiency, and technique emphasis Pros vs. Cons comparison lists Technological advances and changes in gear and standards Graphic illustrations of forces, movement, "right" vs. "wrong" technique, and more New section on anchor considerations for the climbing gym New distinction between "anchor" and "placement" or "piece"
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Rock Climber S Manual

Author : Malcolm Creasey
ISBN : 0754806413
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 90.77 MB
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This title is aimed at more experienced climbers who wish to develop their skills and discover new terrains in the sport. Multi-pitching, climbing big crags or mountains, self-rescue are covered. Emergency ropework, advanced navigation skills, mountain weather forecasting and more are also included.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Accidents In North American Mountaineering 2005

Author : Jed Williamson
ISBN : 093041098X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 75.80 MB
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Provides summary accounts of mountaineering accidents reported in 2004, arranged by province and state, followed by statistical tables and a listing of mountain rescue units in North America.
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Times They Are A Changin

Author : D. Savage
ISBN : 9781137525154
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 80.67 MB
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This narrative and empirical analysis investigates Hilary's claim that in his day they would not have left a man behind to die. The authors examine over 60 years of Himalayan climbing data and stories in order to test the changes in cooperation in this extreme life and death environment.
Category: Business & Economics

Rock N Road

Author : Tim Toula
ISBN : 0762723068
Genre : Travel
File Size : 34.15 MB
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The rock climber's equivalent of a Rand McNally road atlas, this completely revised and updated new edition of Rock 'n' Road compiles information on over 3,000 climbing areas in all 50 states, Canada, and Mexico. The book offers location maps, detailed directions, star ratings, the kind of climbing and rock encountered, access issues, classic routes, and much more. The fundamental reference source for North American climbers.
Category: Travel

Redpoint

Author : Dan Hague
ISBN : 9780811745079
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 50.72 MB
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The first in-depth book on redpointing, where the climber does not weight the rope or pull or stand on manmade equipment.
Category: Sports & Recreation

An Introduction To Rock Climbing

Author : Malcolm Creasey
ISBN : 184215222X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 38.7 MB
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-- A complete introduction to rock climbing, from first steps to learning ropework and safety -- Step-by-step guides to safe practices in all aspects of the sport, from belaying and leading to abseiling and setting anchors -- Guide to choosing your first equipment for starting out, and further accessories for both indoor and outdoor venues -- Useful training tips and advice and the basic dos and don'ts of rock climbing -- Glorious photography and illuminating illustrations for easier understanding
Category: Sports & Recreation

A History Of Free Climbing In America

Author : Pat Ament
ISBN : 0899973205
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 74.62 MB
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This is the first and only definitive book about the free-climbing history of North America, written by "Master of Rock" Pat Ament. While other books have covered some of the material, there has never been as clear a chronology or as thorough, accurate, and well-researched a treatment. Ament leaves the critique and analysis to others and lets these remarkable events speak for themselves in a succinct, refreshing, and imitable style. The book includes interviews and commentary by many world-class climbers, including Royal Robbins, John Gill, Pete Cleveland, Henry Barber, John Bachar, Lynn Hill, John Long, Steve Roper, Jimmy Dunn, Dean potter, and Alan Watts. Photographs from prominent climbing photographers, such as Tom Frost, illustrate the prose and bring to life the personalities of many of these legendary climbers. Numerous climbing areas are covered, from the Adirondacks in upstate New York, to Arizona, the Pacific Northwest, Devils Lake in Wisconsin, and The Needles in South Dakota. This readable "encyclopedia" includes interviews, anecdotes, stories, and colorful quotes, along with funny and imaginiative writing. This is the book for newcomers to the sport as well as long-time aficionados. It will appeal to both die-hard climbers and to those who prefer adventuring in an armchair. A marvelous sense of suspense and adventure radiates from virtually every page.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Esquire

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022079623
Genre : Art
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Category: Art

Serpent Spires

Author : Duncan Souchon
ISBN : STANFORD:36105123554888
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 56.14 MB
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Category: Sports & Recreation

Vertical Limits

Author : Pam Withers
ISBN : 1552857832
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Jake becomes obsessed with solo-climbing the Bugaboo Mountains and enlists the help of his friend Peter, who decides to hide his fear of heights from a runaway girl who joins them on their expedition.
Category: Juvenile Fiction