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The Raleigh Rock Climbing Meetup Message Board › Guide books on google books

Guide books on google books

user 3485235
Raleigh, NC
Post #: 30
I came across climbing instruction as well as guide books on google books. They do not have the entire contents of the book published online but it does give a good idea of the nature of the climbs, type of rock, access issues (general logistics) in case you are investigating very diverse climbing locations.

Here are some examples

Selected climbs in North Carolina

Rock Climbing Red Rocks

Danny M.
Cary, NC
Post #: 2
Jeff Dillon has created a "mini-guide" for Pilot. It is excellent. I find it more useful than the beta in the old Kelley guide. I posted a PDF of the Guide in the "Files" section. I think you can also download the guide from the CCC website.
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