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Rock Climbing Arkansas

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This 400 page tome is the first full-color comprehensive guidebook to the state, including nearly 1500 climbs and 350 select boulder problems, serving as the definitive guidebook for all climbers calling Arkansas their home climbing state, which also includes climbers from Missouri, Louisiana, and eastern Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma.

Once thought to be exclusively a ground-up, trad dominated state, i.e. Sam's Throne, Arkansas has seen a revitalization in development in the last ten years thanks to areas such as Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, Candy Mountain, and Dardanelle Rock, to name a few.

Because of the range of climbing from beginner friendly jug-hauls to unsent project test-pieces, along with the wildfire-like development, Arkansas is quickly becoming a national as well as international climbing destination for sport, trad, and bouldering alike.

LOCATIONS COVERED: Lincoln Lake, Shepherd Springs, Fern, Mt. Magazine, Dardanelle Rock, Horseshoe Canyon Ranch, Cowell, Haw Creek, Cave Creek, Deliverance, Valley of the Blind, Sam's Throne, Stack Rock, Jamestown

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