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Scrambles and Easy Climbs in Snowdonia
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Scrambles and Easy Climbs in Snowdonia

 
Scrambles and Easy Climbs in Snowdonia

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Object Title: Scrambles and Easy Climbs in Snowdonia

Manufacturer: Grey Stone Books

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Page By: Nanuls

Created/Edited: Oct 9, 2007 / Oct 9, 2007

Object ID: 4070

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Product Description

Well-known writer/photographer Jon Sparks has teamed up with Trail Magazine's Tom Hutton and ace photographer Jerry Rawson to produce a follow-up to the best-selling Scrambles & Easy Climbs in the Lake District, the book that bridged the gap between scrambling and climbing. The book takes you from classic crags of Ogwen to such forgotten corners as Cwm Llafar.

Features

ISBN 10: 1902017013
ISBN 13: 9781902017013
No of Pages: 224
Page Size: 176 x 116
Publisher: Grey Stone Books
Published Date: 30/04/2005
Edition: New ed
Cover: paperback
Illustrations: maps, Ib&w photos, sketches
Weight: 240 gms

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NanulsVery good book

Voted 5/5

Although there is quite a bit of overlap, this book is a sort of natural continuation from Steve Ashtons classic Scrambles in Snowdonia, as it includes numerous easy climbs that can be incorporated into longer routes to provide a true mountaineering experience. It is lavishly illustrated with clear photographs, topos, and diagrams, which also, thankfully prove very helpful. Rather than describing the route own their own, they have been joined together to form longer and more fulfilled mountaineering routes. An excellent book and an excellent bridge between scrambling and climbing.
Posted Oct 23, 2007 8:27 am

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