Canmore Sport Climbs

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Rocky Mountain Books Ltd, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 64 pages
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If you find yourself in the Bow Valley for only a few days, or even an afternoon or evening, you can climb good rock a short walk from the road. The outskirts of Canmore offer some of the best-developed sport climbing in the Canadian Rockies, and you can be tying-in minutes from the parking areas. This book is perfect for when you are weathered off the high peaks or are travelling to or from more distant destinations. Grassi Lakes, the East End of Mount Rundle (EEOR) and Ha Ling Peak, along with the accessible amenities of this active mountain town, make for a perfect stopover.

 

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Contents

Preface
4
Grades Using The Route Information
12
The Ghetto
18
Swamp Buttress and Deviant
24
White Imperialist Right
30
The Golf Course
36
Graceland
42
Ha Ling Peak
53
Canmore Map and Information
60
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About the author (2005)

Chris Miller is a certified member of the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides. For more than a decade he has lived less than 10 minutes from the climbs described in this book.

Dave Dornian is a journalist and writer who regularly contributes to outdoor magazines across Canada and in the USA. He was Chair of the Alpine Club of Canada's Competition Committee and a director of the North American Council for Competition Climbing.

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