Rock Climbing Wyoming

Author: Sam Lightner Jr.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 149301613X
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Guidebooks and other resources: Wesley Gooch's Rock Climbing Jackson Hole
and Pinedale does an excellent job of complete coverage of the cliffs around
Jackson. Also, the founder of lived in Jackson for a while,
so that database tends to be pretty thorough. If you decide to venture into the
mountains, I highly recommend you purchase Renny Jackson and Leigh
Ortenberger's A Climbers Guide to the Teton Range. Richard Rossiter's Best
Climbs Grand Teton ...


Author: Jack Turner
Publisher: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux
ISBN: 9780312274504
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In this series of recollections, one of America's most beautiful national parks comes alive with beauty, mystery, and power.

The Rough Guide To Yellowstone Grand Teton

Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
ISBN: 1848368208
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A tall lump of rock across the Snake River, Blacktail Butte, is an even more
popular climbing spot, where a car park just north of Moose Junction on Hwy-191
offers immediate access to a near-vertical sport-climb up a limestone face. For
detailed route information, the best overall book is A Climber's Guide to the Teton
Range by Leigh Ortenburger and Reynold Jackson (Mountaineers Books).
Permits are not required for mountaineering, but climbers planning on camping
en route must ...

Rough Guide Ultimate Adventures

Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
ISBN: 1848360401
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The Grand Teton was first summited in 1898 by a party lead by William Owen and
Franklin Spalding, and their route – still the most popular and easiest line to the
summit – is known as the Owen-Spalding route. A few decades later, the Tetons
ushered in a golden age of climbing in the 1930s when Glenn Exum, working as
Paul Petzoldt's assistant guide, made a daring solo ascent of the ridge that now
bears his name; he was only 18 at the time, and climbed the peak in football
cleats ...

Climbing In North America

Author: Chris Jones
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520036376
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Technical climbing arrived with Henderson and Underhill in 1929; yet within ten
years the most difficult climbs on the continent were in the Tetons. The standards
of ... If you wanted to do something new, it had to be a route shunned by earlier
climbers. Another ... "The West Face of the Grand Teton." AAJ 4 (1941): 235.
Coulter, Henry, and Merril McLane. Mountain Climbing Guide to the Grand
Tetons. Hanover, N.H.: Dartmouth Mountaineering Club, 1947. Davis, Eleanor S.
"The Tetons.

An Outdoor Family Guide To Yellowstone And The Tetons National Parks 2nd Edition

Author: Lisa Gollin-Evans
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9781594852244
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Remember this junction because the climb to Surprise and Amphitheater Lakes
may inspire you to ascend a Teton peak. Most popular is the Middle Teton (
12,804 feet), the third-highest mountain in the Teton Range. Despite its incredibly
imposing appearance, this mountain can, nevertheless, be climbed in a single
day on a “relatively easy scramble-up route” according to Exum Mountain Guides
. Exum Mountain Guides, located in Grand Teton National Park, offer guided one-
and ...

Lead Like A Guide How World Class Mountain Guides Inspire Us To Be Better Leaders

Author: Christopher I. Maxwell Ph.D.
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1440844178
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How World-Class Mountain Guides Inspire Us to Be Better Leaders Christopher I.
Maxwell Ph.D. The Teton Range has long held a special place in American
mountaineering history.1 The Grand Teton, at 13,770 feet the tallest of the peaks,
has drawn climbers to its summit since the late 1800s, although the date of the
first ascent is still a matter of some dispute. Two members of a U.S. Geological
Survey party, Nathanial Langford and James Stevenson, claimed to have
reached the ...

Mountaineering Literature

Author: Jill Neate
Publisher: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9780938567042
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KLOKE, Dallas M. Boulders and cliffs: a climber's guide to lowland rock in Skagit
and Whatcome Counties. Signpost publications, ?. 80p, illus, maps. Q739.
MOLENAAR, Dee Climbing history and routes of Mount Rainier. Q740. OLYMPIC
MOUNTAIN RESCUE Climber's guide to the Olympic Mountains. Seattle:
Mountaineers, 1972. 225p ... Wyoming. Q749. BONNEY, Orrin Hanning &c
Lorraine Bonney's guide to Jackson's Hole and Grand Teton National Park. Ord,
NE, 1961. Q741.

Rock Climbing The Ultimate Guide

Author: Victoria Robinson
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313378622
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In my study of British rock climbers (Robinson, 2008), I conducted one of the first
empirical studies of rock climbers in the United Kingdom when I interviewed 47
male and female climbers. These ranged from those climbers who are ... rock
climber as the United States. Climbing author Mellor (2001) imagines what
images French climbers would conjure up if asked to describe American climbing
: Some will see the familiar lineup of the Teton Range, the most photographed
mountains ...