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Download How to Rock Climb!, 4th - John Long
How to Rock Climb!, 4th

How to Rock Climb!, now in its fourth edition, is the world's top instructional book on climbing. All the fundamentals--from ethics to getting up the rock--are presented in John Long's classic style. Revised and updated to reflect the modern standards of equipment, technique, and training methods, this guide includes sections on face climbing; crack climbing; ropes, anchors, and belays; getting off the rock; sport climbing; and much more. It is the essential how-to book for rock climbers everywhere.

Author: John Long
Pages: 240 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 25.43 Mb
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