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North Tahoe A Rock Climber's Guide [Josh Horniak]
This guidebook covers a broad geographical region in the vicinity of North Lake Tahoe, between Auburn, California to the west and Reno, Nevada to the east. The book describes more than 1400 rock climbs, which span the full spectrum of climbing styles and
Mountaineers Books Snowshoe Routes Northern California by Marc Soares
Snowshoeing is fun, easy, low-impact, and a great way to get in shape or stay in shape. It's also a perfect way to keep hiking throughout the winter months. Snowshoe Routes by Marc J. Soares is your guide to find fun snowshoe routes in Nor- Cal.
Mountaineers Books Avalanche Essentials by Bruce Tremper
Avalanche Essentials by Brue Tremper teaches the core fundamentals of avalanche awareness. It focuses on step by step procedures, easy to use investigation systems, checklists, decision making aides, visual cues for terrain and weather, and more.
AIARE Backcountry Decision-Making Guide Field Book
Making decisions can be tough, but with the AIARE Back-Country Decision Making guide, it doesn't have to be. Touring is better with a handy waterproof safety guide that fits right into your pocket. Make a plan, record observations, debrief, and stay safe.
Desert Sense: Camping, Hiking & Biking in Hot, Dry Climates [Bruce Grubbs]
As usual, The Mountaineers do a fine job in producing a guide to desert backpacking. This book is a friend indeed; Grubbs writes with a deft and knowing hand, based on more than 30 years of backcountry living.
The Mont Blanc Range: Classic Snow, Ice and Mixed Climbs [Jean Louis Laroche]
A guidebook aimed at alpinists seeking lower grade snow, ice and mixed climbs (F to AD+, with climbs of D) and reflecting all recent changed topographical conditions due to the steady glacial and snowfield retreat created by climate change.