The High Sierra: Peaks, Passes, Trails (Google eBook)
This new edition of the only guide to detail all the known routes on 570 peaks in the Sierra is completely reorganized to be even more user friendly and includes more than 100 new routes, route variations and winter ascents.The most popular guidebook to the magnificent Sierra mountains has been expanded and improved. There is 30 percent new content in this edition, including new route descriptions, additional peaks described, more historical information, and GPS-enabled driving directions. The content has also been completely rearranged to keep roads and trails, and passes and peaks together, making the book easier to use. Four of the 30 maps have been revised."The Sierra climbing bible" (The Los Angeles Times)"The best field guide to the region." (Men's Journal)"The guide to the Sierra nevada high country." (Climbing magazine)
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Great book, terrible ebook. The online version had all the images removed. In other words, it is a guidebook with no maps, photos or diagrams! Completely worthless! And you cannot print pages to take with you on treks. By trying to prevent pages or images of this book from being distributed without purchase, they have rendered this ebook useless to those of us who have purchased it. I requested a refund and received it from google.
Great guide for the Sierra and something well work buying for every climber, peakbagger, or backpacker.
I own the paper and ebook copy. While it's great being able to search and get at it anywhere I have internet access be aware the version available through Google has been restricted to disallow printing.
The Evolution Region
The Mono Recesses
The Kaweahs and the Great Western Divide
The KingsKern Divide
The High Passes
Monarch Divide and the Cirque Crest
Kettle Ridge and the LeConte Divide
Mammoth Lakes and the Silver Divide
The Minarets and June Lake
The Clark and Cathedral Ranges