GUIDEBOOKS


Rock 'N Road
An Atlas of North American Rock Climbing Areas

(Second Edition)
by Tim Toula
8.5 x 11", 538pp. Nov 2002.

A MUST reference book for any traveling rock climber!

The second edition of one of the most comprehensive rock climbing reference books ever compiled with an all new format from the first edition! This book gives individual state road maps and brief climbing area descriptions that includes road directions, classic climbs, and amazing references for over 2,400 climbing areas in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Also covers guide services, organizations, and a list of 1,200 guidebooks. An additional master index of climbing areas makes for a handy tick list. THE only climbing area reference book that covers the entire continent. Get two or three for strengthening your pinch grip!

At $40.00, a book that'll keep you pumped up! Buy now and pay $36.00 a 10% savings for an autographed copy!

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Rock 'N Road
An Atlas of North American Rock Climbing Areas

(First Edition)
by Tim Toula
8.5 x 11", 470pp. Jan 1995.

The first national directory to all the Rock Climbing Areas of North America.

This painstakingly researched mega book offers over 2,000 rock climbing areas. Features highway maps with all the rock climbing areas named on the map. Descriptions of each climbing area that includes road directions, descriptive notes, classic rock routes of each area as well as details of rock type, cliff direction, etc. This book was the basis for the award winning rocknroad.com website of 1996-98.

Book. Out of print. Still found on Amazon, Ebay, etc.

Ebook of Rock ‘N Road Maps. $14.95. This is the compilation of rock climbing area maps found in each of the 50 states, Canadian Provinces, and Mexico from the original Rock ‘N Road book. This collection of maps contains over 2,400 rock climbing areas with each area named on the maps. A valuable reference resource!




A Cheap Way to Fly:
Rock Climbing Guide to Northern Arizona
by Tim Toula
7x8.5", 68pp. 1991. Updated 2001.

This is the working climber’s guidebook for beautiful Northern Arizona Free Climbs. If they are free climbs, why does it cost 17 bucks?!

Topos, maps, and written descriptions for 17 Northern Arizona climbing areas (Paradise Forks, Oak Creek Overlook, and The Pit, etc.) and 23 bouldering areas (West Elden, Priest Draw, etc.) in one fun, climbing-packed guidebooks. You might even get lost using it! Bonus! At $17.00, there's a lot of climbing in this book.

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A Cheap Way to Fly "Original"
by Tim Toula
7x8.5”, 68pp. 1986. Updated 2001.

The first climbing guidebook for Flagstaff, Arizona dating back to the pre-computer, Mesozoic Era of 1986. This hand drawn and handwritten guidebook really got a few people lost, but lead the way to a lot of fun climbing and the latter editions done in the Nuevo Era of Computers. It skyrocketed Tim Toula's rock climbing career to new heights and sent him onto shows like Jay Leno’s The Tonight Show...NOT!

Topos, maps, and written descriptions for many Northern Arizona climbing areas (Paradise Forks, Oak Creek Overlook, etc.) and bouldering areas (West Elden, etc.) in one fun, climbing-packed guidebooks. You might even get lost using it! Bonus!

It's a classic still with guidebook collectors. Enjoy the vintage!

Book Out of Print.
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A Better Way to Die:
Rock Climber's Guide to Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon

by Tim Toula
6x9", 90pp. 1995.

Red Rock Fantasy!

The first rock climbing guidebook ever written for the scenic Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon areas. This is the second generation of A Cheap Way to Die below. Describes 171 of the classic sandstone towers, buttes, and walls with written descriptions and topos. Also, has climbing topos for the Oak Creek Waterfall (comparable to Paradise Forks and not in A Cheap Way to Die) with its 53+ classic basalt crack routes (5.8-5.12), not to mention popular Sedona bouldering areas, e.g., Anvil Rock. If you don't enjoy the climbing (which is unlikely), you may at least enjoy the prose!

A screaming deal and, given the quality of most of the rock, we do mean scre-e-aming!

Book Out of Print.
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A Cheap Way to Die “Original”
A Climber’s Guide to Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon, AZ

by Tim Toula
7x8.5”, 68pp. 1989

Red Rock Fantasy!

This little Red Book put Sedona on the rock climbing map and glorified the climbing choss pile it still is today! Actually, it opened the door to a lot more exploration in a wonderfully rich and varied Southwest canyon environment...Exploring climbers have put up many more classics since those days, but this will get you to the classics spires.

Describes 171 of the classic sandstone rock climbing towers, buttes, and walls with USGS topo maps (not found in Better Way), written descriptions and topos. Covers popular Sedona bouldering areas as well, e.g., Anvil Rock.

If you don't enjoy the climbing (which is unlikely), you may at least enjoy the prose!

Book Out of Print.
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Jacks Canyon Sport Climbing
by Deidre Burton and Jim Steagall
5.5 x 8.5", 100pp. 2001.

Winslow sport climbing...where they keep their climbing under ground!
This well-constructed book will keep your forearms pumped with over 200 overhanging limestone routes in the comfortable, year-round climbing of Jacks Canyon, just ˝ hour south of Winslow. Jacks is a popular destination crag for sport climbers in the know.
For only $17.00, it'll keep you more than busy! Unfortunately, doesn't come with tape or wrist brace for keeping your tendons from popping. This book is currently out-of-print but about to make a comeback?

Book New Edition Available soon!




Seneca Falls Rock Climbing
by Deidre Burton and Jim Steagall
5.5 x 8.5", 28 pp. 1994.

A nice surprise!
Twenty-seven great bolted routes at scenic Seneca Falls makes for a nice weekend trip. Check with the San Carlos Indian Reservation before climbing for current access details.
At $9.95, it's worth the price of admission.

This book is currently out-of-print.




Ibex
and Selected Climbs of Utah's West Desert

by James Garrett
5x7", 128pp. 2001.

Rock climbing along the loneliest highway in America!
Utah's West Desert holds its own kind of beauty and character with some amazing climbing waiting for any would-be rock rat. This guidebook gets one introduced to the superb quartzite cranking of the Ibex crags featuring the Shadow Buttress and boulders, pink granite of Painter Springs, as well as the big wall spice of Notch and Wheeler Peaks. Expect a lot of western adventure!
At $20.00, it won't weigh you down.

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Whiterock Bouldering Guide
by Tim Toula
8.5x11", 20 pages. 1988, updated 2008.

Get ready to lunge and dyno!
Hey Pardner, a cool little sandstone bouldering garden near Newcastle, Wyoming that holds magical boulder and top rope problems for most bouldering fans. This is a fun stopover on the way to Devil's Tower or the Black Hills and a drier weather alternative to either.
At $4.95, it's less than admission to Twilight and healthier for you.

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Rock Climber's Map to Sinks Canyon
by Tim Toula
1 double-sided sheet. 1991.

Sinks Canyon souvenir!
A wall hanging or folded map of climbing topos to the sandstone, dolomite, and granite of the unbeatable Sinks Canyon, one of the few climbing areas to boast 3 readily accessible and varied rock types. Sinks hosts sport and trad climbs, as well as the challenging roadside bouldering.
At $4.95, you can't go wrong, though you might not go up (the grades are stiff)!

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