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Horkedreebs


May 27, 2009, 8:43 AM
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Horseshoe Canyon Routes  (North_America: United_States: Arkansas: Buffalo_National_River: Horseshoe_Canyon_Ranch)
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Does anybody have a digital copy of the Horseshoe Canyon climbing routes? I leave tomorrow May 28th at noon and will be going with some novices, I climb at a 5.10. Any suggestions some might have would be great.


acorneau


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No digital copy, but you can buy the paperback guidebook in the shop there at the ranch.


kovacs69


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Don't have a digital copy. If you are going with novices you will probably want to climb in the North Forty area. It is the easiest to access and has tons of routes.

http://www.rockclimbing.com/...nch/The_North_Forty/

Bring lots of bug spray...lots of ticks this time of year.

JB


jdwynn


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Yup North Forty, Sport 5.5 and 5.6 for the beginner, , guide book @ the "trading post" ask for the new route pages, 10-20 new routes in addition to the HCR guide book 300+ routes. If you climb in AR often go pick up the Arkansas Rock Vol 1. 800ish routes all throughout the Boston Mnts(Ozarks). Oh and do eat at the Ozark Cafe in Jasper for breakfast!


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