Bishop Bouldering: Expanded Second Edition
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Bishop Bouldering: Expanded Second Edition
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Expanded Second Edition
By Wills Young and Mick Ryan
428 pages. Color.
Published May 10, 2010.
ISBN: 978-0-9826154-1-6

The town of Bishop, in eastern California, is a boulderer's paradise, one of the few places in the world where a high concentration of world-class bouldering combines with magnificent scenery, convenient amenities, and near-perfect weather.

This revised and expanded second edition of Bishop Bouldering details almost 2,000 problems at this internationally popular climbing destination, providing complete coverage of the Buttermilk Country (including outlying areas like Dales Camp and the Pollen Grains), The Happy and Sad Boulders, The Druid Stones, and Rock Creek and The Sherwin Plateau (north toward Mammoth).

Bishop Bouldering also showcases the region's bouldering with hundreds of color photographs, including stunning action shots from pro shooters like Dan Pattitucci, Jim Thornburg, Stephan Denys, Simon Carter, and Wills Young.

Bishop Bouldering: Expanded Second Edition is now available in the UK from your local climbing shop or from Cordee

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