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rsmillbern


Jun 17, 2011, 5:15 AM
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Fontainbleau guide book
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Going to try to make it to Fontainbleau soon. There are several guide books in English in the local shop, anyone have any favorites?


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rsmillbern wrote:
Going to try to make it to Fontainbleau soon. There are several guide books in English in the local shop, anyone have any favorites?

I have the jingo wobbly magique guide. It is good to select an area based on how many boulders of a given circuit there are and what kind of area it is (sandy, in the forest, high low etc). Also the maps are actually clear enough so you can find the area's. Once you get into an area though it's not so good. It is mostly easier circuits and not extremely much either. All in all I like it. If I know how to get to a circuit I'll figure out which boulders I want to climb by myself.


Kinobi


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7+8 new edition.
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