High Sierra Climbing Volume 1

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The Sierra Nevada is a world-renowned climbing destination for alpine climbing in some of the most favorable conditions of any mountain range on the planet. This close-to-comprehensive guidebook covers technical free climbs, alpine big walls, ice climbs, and selected scrambles in the High Sierra. It is the essential reference for any climber exploring the “Range of Light”.

This book, Volume 1 of a three-volume series, covers peaks on and west of the crest south of Shepherd Pass and the southernmost regions of the Kern-Kaweah Divide. The following regions are included, and much, much more:

Tuttle Creek & Lone Pine Peak
Mount Chamberlin & Mount Hitchcock
Mount Whitney Massif
Mount Russell Massif
The Cleaver & Mount Barnard
Mount Carl Heller & Tulainyo Tower
Mount Tyndall & Shepherd Pass
Spring Lake Wall & the Wall Above Big Five
Castle Rocks
Eagle Scout & Granite Creeks
Guidebook at a glance:
312 routes
81 topos
66 overlays
Full color
Vignettes written by the following characters of the Sierra: Alex Honnold, Doug Robinson, John Moynier, Jesse McGahey, Ben Hatchett, Leo Pantilat, David Harden, Mark Westman, Cameron Burns

Authors: Roger Putnam and Vitaliy Musiyenko

Published by K. Daniels Publishing 2022


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