Advanced rock climbing

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Falcon, Jan 1, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 232 pages
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The most comprehensive look at the subject yet. Advanced Rock Climbing picks up where John Long's How to Rock Climb leaves off, describing the climbing techniques and rope tricks of the modern rock climber. The guide covers both sport and traditional climbing, and self-rescue techniques, in Long's easy-to-read, entertaining style.

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Next level climbing. Good for those that want to get into "leading". Read full review

Contents

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About the author (1997)

John Long is a legendary rock climber, world adventurer, and best-seller in the outdoor industry. His feats include the first one-day ascent of El Capitan and a coast-to-coast traverse of Borneo. He has written numerous books, including "Climbing Anchors "and "More Climbing Anchors, "and" "coauthored "Advanced Rock Climbing" and "Big Walls," He resides in Venezuela and in Venice, California.

Craig Luebben (Golden, Colorado) has been climbing for more than twenty years and has written books and numerous articles on the subject. His "Advanced Rock Climbing," so-authored with John Long, won the Mountain Exposition Award at the 1997 Banff Mountain Book Festival. Craig lives and guides in Colorado.

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