Best Climbs Grand Teton National Park

Overview

The Teton Range in Wyoming attracts mountaineers from all over the world with a superb variety of
alpine climbing challenges. Best Climbs Grand Teton National Park showcases the best routes on these craggy mountains, from moderate ridge routes suitable for intermediate climbers to extreme north faces that will test the most seasoned alpinists.
 
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Overview

The Teton Range in Wyoming attracts mountaineers from all over the world with a superb variety of
alpine climbing challenges. Best Climbs Grand Teton National Park showcases the best routes on these craggy mountains, from moderate ridge routes suitable for intermediate climbers to extreme north faces that will test the most seasoned alpinists.
 
This guide provides accurate, to-the-point route descriptions complemented by color maps and
detailed topos. Stuning action photography rounds out the package to make Best Climbs Grand Teton National Park an essential guide for local and
visiting climbers alike.
 
Includes:
Grand Teton
South Teton
Middle Teton
Death Canyon
Cascade Canyon Crags
Mount Owen
Mount Moran
and much more . . . 

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762773381
  • Publisher: Globe Pequot Press
  • Publication date: 6/5/2012
  • Series: Best Climbs Series
  • Edition description: First Edition, First
  • Pages: 168
  • Sales rank: 675,980
  • Product dimensions: 5.94 (w) x 8.84 (h) x 0.46 (d)

Meet the Author

Richard Rossiter has completed several hundred first ascents in the Boulder area and Rocky Mountain National Park, and since 1981 he has written nineteen climbing guidebooks. Richard lives in Boulder and devotes his time to climbing, skiing, road biking, writing, and his work as director of the Pilates Institute of Boulder.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix

Introduction xi

Equipment xii

Ratings xii

Environmental Considerations xiv

Weather and Snow Conditions xv

Visitor Facilities and Services vi

Getting to the Tetons vii

Using This Guide viii

Topo Legend xix

1 Death Canyon 1

2 Central Tetons 13

South Teton 18

Middle Teton 20

Grand Teton 25

Disappointment Peak 69

Mount Owen 79

Teewinot Mountain 89

3 Cascade Canyon Crags 95

4 Mount Moran 121

Index 141

About the Author 145

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