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Rock Climbing Guide By Walter Max
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Mountain climbing is actually a very dangerous activity, yet you will find people around the world who want to takeup this challenging adventure of mountain climbing, which is packed with action. It... More > is advisable to take the help of rock climbing guides those first few times.< Less
Rock Climbing Poetry By Dr. Regina E. Schulte-Ladbeck, 2012
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From darkness to light: A book of poetry and dreamscape photomontages for all who love the mountains and a dark, clear, starry sky.
Sneakys Adventures Rock Climbing By Necole Beckham
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Sneaky goes Rock Climbing. Floppy goes goes with. But he scared of hights so he stands and watchs Sneaky climb to the top of the mountain.
Climb High Rocks State Park By Paul Nick
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Rock Climbing Guidebook to High Rocks State Park, PA
Rock Climbing Guide for Every Level By Jane Patrick
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ROCK CLIMBING makes a person mentally alert and strong. Physically this sport develops a person’s stamina and muscles keeping him fit. ROCK CLIMBING basically originated from mountaineering in... More > the early twentieth century. Rock climbing also trains people in how to deal with situations in life involving risk apart from how to react to and handle stress. Above all this, rock climbing was both an excellent mental and physical exercise. The most rock climbers practice the sport for personal satisfaction, taken as a challenge, just to see that they can overcome it. ROCK CLIMBERS need to be perfectly fit, physically, using the muscles in their arms and legs to pull themselves up the challenging rock formations, and mentally, controlling their hands and feet accurately, getting proper grips to get to the top.< Less
Climbing in Education By Brent Fullerton
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Advocating instituting of rock climbing programs in schools.
Rumney Climbs By Jason Vanderhoof
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This book contains information on climbs in the Rumney area of New Hampshire. The material contained in this book is the result of the hard work of the many contributors of the mountainproject.com... More > website. It is simply a printed version of the Rumney portion of the site, and contains no additional editing.< Less
Rumney Climbs By Jason Vanderhoof
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This book contains information on climbs in the Rumney area of New Hampshire. The material contained in this book is the result of the hard work of the many contributors of the mountainproject.com... More > website. It is simply a printed version of the Rumney portion of the site, and contains no additional editing.< Less
Climbing In the Dark - The Illustrated Memoirs of a Rock Climber By Kenneth Jackson
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The book describes some memorable climbs in the Lake District, Scotland and the French Alps in the 1960s. Some of these climbs were stranger than fiction – like my meeting with a mythical... More > monster on the arctic summit of Ben Nevis. Others were deadly serious – like my spectacular fall on Point Five Gully, described in the guide book as ‘the most famous ice climb in the world!’ And taking part in these adventures were such legendary figures as Allan Austin, Martin Boysen, Les Brown, Dougal Haston, Geoff Oliver and Paul Ross.< Less
Scratch Rocking Climbing​ Off My Bucket List. By Justin Cyr, M.Th
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It’s been a long time since Margo, a sassy, sarcastic, overachiever, a criminal defense attorney with a strong-willed character, last seen her, at one time, close friends. Pondering a road... More > trip, Margo unfolded and laid out a dusty map on a wooden kitchen tabletop, popping bubbles with her sugar-free gum; momentarily covering her mouth while choking on the airborne soot; she, precariously, traced her freshly-black-painted fingernail across the Seattle area. She settled on Seashore, Washington; gently tapping the map, she whispered: “That’s it. Seashore, that’s it.”< Less