A Climber's Guide to the Teton Range

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The Mountaineers Books, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 415 pages
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* Approximately 800 climbing routes in the Tetons and more than 200 peaks
* 90 climbing route topos in this Wyoming climbing guidebook
For many years, A Climber's Guide to the Teton Range has been the first choice for climbers of all levels of experience looking for comprehensive information on this popular Wyoming climbing destination. You'll find complete route descriptions with difficulty ratings, as well as detailed information on access, approach considerations, and region-specific safety measures. The Tetons climbing history, geology and climate are also detailed, along with hiking routes, equipment recommendations, and more. Everything you need to know about the Teton Range is available in this one source -- it's a must-have for all mountaineers.
 

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Do not buy this book! The publisher will not allow you to print pages in Adobe Digital Editions. A climbing guidebook in electronic format is useless unless you plan on carrying your computer on your climb! If you have to get this book, buy it from Amazon...Google books & ADE is a complete pain in the butt to deal with! 

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Contents

Foreword
8
Acknowledgments
9
Introduction
13
Climatology
35
Geology of the Teton Range
39
Canyons and Approaches
47
Routes on the Peaks
63
South of Death Canyon
64
Garnet Canyon to Glacier Gulch
216
Glacier Gulch to Cascade Canyon
248
Cascade Canyon to Leigh Canyon
284
Leigh Canyon to Moran Canyon
330
Moran Canyon to Webb Canyon
371
North of Webb Canyon
386
Winter Climbing in the Teton Range
393
General References
407

Death Canyon to Avalanche Canyon
77
Garnet Canyon Peaks
121
Grand Teton and the Enclosure
151

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