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"How to Climb: Beginner to intermediate: gym to rock" gives you information on how to climb and is a great source of information from the beginner just starting out in the gym to the intermediate who wants to go out on the rock.
This book "One Move Too Many: How to Understand the Injuries and Overuse Syndromes of Rock Climbing" provides information about common rock climbing injuries, how to treat them, and more importantly, how to prevent them.
"An Ice Climber's Guide" is the must have guide for any ice climbing in the New England area. The comprehensive guide details over 100 ice routes, including difficulty ratings, sun exposure, traffic, and protection.
The Mac's Field Guides: Acadia National Park is a quick reference guide to the trees and wildflowers of Acadia National Park so you know what you are seeing.
This book, "Selected Climbs in the North East: Rock and Ice", will replace several guide books as this one book has 100 of the best routes listed.
You will want to keep the "Emergency Essentials Pocket Guide : A Field Reference for Survival" pocket guide on hand for quick reference in an emergency.
The Avalanche Pocket Guide,A Field Reference, is a checklist with quick visual safety reminders to help you evaluate your safety risk at a glance.
The Notches: A Rock Climber's Guide to the Western White Mountains of New Hampshire; This book provides descriptions of the routes so you know what to expect.
From beginner sport climbing to pushing your skills to the next level, "Sport Climbing: From Top Rope to Redpoint, Techniques for Climbing Success" is for you.
Technical yet accessible, The Avalanche Handbook, 3rd Edition, covers the formation, character, effects, and control of avalanches; rescue techniques; and research on understanding and surviving avalanches.
This book, "Wilderness & Travel Medicine,A Comprehensive Guide, 4th Edition,"is the one everybody should have handy when a medical emergency happens.
"Stand up Paddling-Flatwater to Surf and Rivers" is a complete guide with everything you always wanted to know about stand up paddle boarding.
This book "Snowshoe Routes-New England by Diane Bair & Pamela Wright" offers 75 suggestions of where to go and what to expect, directions, etc. for all skills.
Want to go hiking but don't know where to go? This book, Day Hiking New England, contains information on 115 hikes from short to long ones for all skill sets.
Avalanche Essentials : A Step-by-Step System for Safety and Survival provides basic knowledge needed to stay safe while you are in avalanche country.
What should you do or not do? This book, Leave No Trace,A Guide to the New Wilderness Etiquette, 2nd Edition,, gives you the answers based on scientific fact.
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