/ New Ariege Guidebook
What I saw looked really good, another great job from Chris Craggs and Anne & John Arran. As Chris says "the cat is out of the bag".
Thanks for the positive comments. The book was a pleasure to work on, it is a great area, and unusually for a RockFax, a very compact one, though with a huge variety to go at.
Yes it looks a great area, I can't wait to get my hands on my guidebook at Christmas. There appears to be a good spread of grades and different types of of climbing , something for everyone.
I'm impressed with the section on mountain walks great idea Chris and the info on cycling etc, all in all a great guide book cheers
Jon did a great job on the bulk of the Calamès section, and it was much appreciated!
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