/ Which guidebook for El Chorro?
Hi UKC, looking at an El Chorro trip in late March. The last Rockfax is 2008 and a little out of date and I'm not sure if the new one will come out in time (although if anyone has any info that would be great).
Does anyone know of any good alternatives? Just going for about a week.
> Hi UKC, looking at an El Chorro trip in late March. The last Rockfax is 2008 and a little out of date and I'm not sure if the new one will come out in time (although if anyone has any info that would be great).
The Rockfax book is due much later in the year I'm afraid.
There is this one but it is a year older - https://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/book.php?id=1865
Thanks very much Alan, maybe I will go somewhere else until the new guide is out!
Mark reminded me about another book
That is more up to date, but it seems to be difficult to get which make me think that it is probably out of print.
I have a load of screenshots I could pass on to you, different topo I have found online. Mixture of multi and single pitch stuff. We managed a couple of weeks climbing using these alone. Everything we climbed was in walking distance from the olive branch/el Chorro town.
pm me if you want them.
could you send me a copy/link to the screenshots via this site. Or just mail me via UKC and we can sort something out
Aol won't allow emails via UKC !! ??
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