Idaho, a Climbing Guide: Climbs, Scrambles, and Hikes

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Mountaineers Books, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 397 pages
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* The most-referenced guidebook for Idaho climbers
* Includes the trails, approaches, and access information for Idaho's peaks
Whether it's a technical ascent of the great west wall of Elephants Perch or a scramble to the summit of 12,662-foot Mount Borah, here's your key to high adventure in Idaho. At each new printing, Tom Lopez has updated and expanded his encyclopedic guide to more than 800 summits. All the features that made the first edition so popular are here -- detailed route descriptions, difficulty ratings, summit heights, access information to hundreds of roads and trails, extensive sections on history and geology, and much, much more. You won't find a more thorough guide anywhere!

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An excellent book for climbers of all levels and experience. As an amatuer hiker and non-technical climber, this book continues to be invaluable for easing me into progressively more challanging solo outings. Im on my third copy due to excessive use and would gladly pay again for a pdf version so i can access it when im mobile. 

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