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gblauer
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Dec 16, 2006, 6:36 PM
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Brand new climbing guide for EPC  (North_America: Mexico: Nuevo_Le_n: El_Potrero_Chico)
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Granite Publishing just released:
Potrero Select
Selected Climbs of El Potrero Chico
by Magic Ed (Ed Wright)

You can reach Granite at:
www.climbingcentral.com

I just got the new book and it is GREAT!

Congratulations Ed!


tradrenn


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May I fix the link for you.

http://www.climbingcentral.com


mojomonkey


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How are the descriptions of the approaches to the various areas? Is there an overall map showing where the walls are? I gather one can drive right up to some of the walls, but there looks to be a lot to explore.

The sample chapter online didn't give an idea of what areas it covered or give a sample of the hike description (and possibly map) to any of the walls so I am curious to how it is handled.

(By the way Gail, Khanh forwarded me the info about your upcoming trip there. I don't think I can make the dates but want to go some time this year, hence my guidebook interest. -Doug)


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Doug, I can bring the guide book to the gym.

The approaches are typically very straight forward at EPC (unlike Red Rocks for example). I have never been lost on my way to a climb at EPC. Also, some of the climbs have the names written at the base!


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