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The first volume of the Stone Country Scottish Climbing Yearbook is a collection of all the best new climbs in Scotland. This full colour yearbook includes brand new topos, features and photographs of the most exciting new venues and climbs in Scotland.
Scottish Climbing Yearbook #1
© Stone Country, Jan 2010
Split into four seasons, we cover the very best of winter, sport, traditional and bouldering. The idea is simple - to inspire climbers to get out on the crags and blocs in 2010!
This is the first photographic yearbook covering ALL climbing traditions in Scotland and the first volume in a new yearly series.
Buy the Scottish Climbing Yearbook 2010:You can buy the book fast and direct through Paypal on the Stone Country website - next day delivery in the UK: www.stonecountry.com
More about Stone Country:Find out more about Stone Country and Stone Country books on their blog: www.stonecountry.blogspot.com
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