WOLVERINE PUBLISHING New England Bouldering 3rd Edition

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"New England Bouldering 3rd Edition" brings you some of the best climbing the Northeast has to offer. Find out all the details in this guidebook.

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WOLVERINE PUBLISHING New England Bouldering 3rd Edition

The Northeastern United States has some of the finest bouldering in the country, and this completely revised 3rd edition of "New England Bouldering" from Wolverine Publishing provides a comprehensive guide to the region’s best areas. From the granite blocks of Lincoln Woods, RI, to the schist nuggets of Smugglers’ Notch, VT, you’ll find detailed maps and information on over 1200 boulder problems. You’ll also find inspiration, with heartfelt essays and plenty of sweet action photography from Tim Kemple, Brian Lewis, and more.
Author Tim Kemple is an accomplished climber and globetrotting photographer. He is now based in Salt Lake City, UT, but his roots are in New England and he has established some of the hardest boulder problems in this book. 
  • 252 pages
  • Color
  • Photos
  • Comprehensive guide
  • Over 1200 boulder problems
  • Lincoln Woods, RI
  • Hammond Pond, MA
  • Hidden Valley, MA
  • Pawtuckaway, NH
  • Rumney, NH
  • Smuggler’s Notch, VT
  • McKenzie Pond, NY
  • essays from Jim Belcer, Lucy Humphreys, Joe Kinder, Alec Wooley, Joe McLoughlin and Dave Wetmore.
  • photos from Henry Barber, Bronson MacDonald, Pat Munn, Gabi and Brandon Fox, Alyssa Bennett, Lee Hansche, Jay Knower, and Brian Lewis


Specifications for: New England Bouldering 3rd Edition

  • Weight (gms) 16 oz

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