South East Queensland Climbing Guidebook S18
|This indicates that the item is currently in stock and ready to ship immediately. If ordering multiple quantities please be aware your order may exceed what remains instock|
|This indicates that the item is currently available however ships from a remote warehouse your item will generally reach you within 5-10 days from date of purchase. Please be aware this is a guide only, and orders may take longer to reach you on rare occasions - if delivery time is critical please contact the store for exact timeframe|
|This indicates that the item is currently not available within Australia, however can be special ordered. Shipping time varies from 2 - 10 weeks depending on the item. Please contact us if you need more acurate shipping timeframe.|
Please read our shipping & returns policy.
The popular 2013 Edition guidebook, which has been sold out for some time, has been completely redesigned, fully updated, and significantly expanded for this new edition.
The diverse and interesting crags of South East Queensland offer a wealth of fantastic climbing — and this new book is your key to it all. Covering some of the best sport and trad climbing of the region, this guidebook is a must have for local climbing fanatics and visitors alike. Thoroughly researched and meticulously documented, the areas detailed in this guidebook are not covered by any other guidebook.
This compact yet comprehensive guidebook details the ever popular Kangaroo Point, the main Glasshouse Mountains areas of Mount Tibrogargan, Mount Ngungun and Mount Beewah, and the areas of Mount Coolum, Mount Tinbeerwah, Serpent and Brooyar. And new to this 2018 Edition, we have added the major newer areas of Pages Pinnacle in the Gold Coast Hinterland and Ninderry on the Sunshine Coast.
All up, 10 major areas are covered, detailing over 1250 routes.
The book is authored by Lee Cujes in collaboration with Glenn Ferguson, Ross Ferguson, John O’Brien, Mark Walker and other contributors. It features inspiring action photography by many photographers. And the numerous cliff photo topos, access maps and professional user-friendly design help make route finding a breeze.
A5, full-colour, 200 pages.ISBN: 978-0-9580790-6-8
|Dimensions||21 x 15 x 1.1 cm|
We Also Recommend