DENVER Climbing Guide
The Denver Climbing Guide is a remarkable, first-of-its-kind guidebook that will inspire climbers to check out areas they may never have visited, while providing the most up-to-date information on hundreds of new routes in the popular Clear Creek Canyon and North Table Mountain climbing areas. Distilling route information in a symbol-based format allows the book to take up very little room in your backpack. This is our second book (behind Leavenworth Bouldering) to use QR codes linked to Google maps. Need to find the parking? Scan the QR code and it opens Google maps on your phone. Ditto for landmark routes. There’s never been a guide quite like this one.
Clear Creek (the most up-to-date printed guide)
North Table Mountain (up-to-date and covering many unpublished lines)
Coal Creek Canyon (includes Golden Gate Canyon State park and The Scoop)
Castle wood Canyon (the first-ever modern color guide to this fantastic winter area)
Authored by Tod Anderson (perhaps the most active route developer in the Front Range) and Thomas Hanson (the man behind most routes in Castlewood)