Guidebook for rock climbing in South East Queensland.

Guidebook for rock climbing in South East Queensland.

I call this the bible, guidebook for rock climbing in South East Queensland Australia!

I love this guide book how its set out, easy to read and to follow, this is also my first guide book for rock climbing and wont be my last with so many beautiful places to climb world wide.

Rock climbing crags, Information All over the world is here :-

This compact yet comprehensive guide covers many areas not covered by any other current guidebook. It includes some of the best sport and trad climbing South East Queensland has to offer a must have book for local climbing fanatics and visitors alike.

Compact yet comprehensive easy to take climbing with you!

I find guide books are way better than viewing on your phone! Just not the same! Guide books allow you to write small notes on the book about how you found the climb and tick them off as you go, the full colour images marking the crag out and being able to actually have a book in your hand all make guide books in my opinion very handy to have!

Details eight climbing areas: Brooyar, Mount Beerwah, Mount Coolum, Mount Ngungun, Mount Tibrogargan, Mount Tinbeerwah, Serpent and the ever popular Kangaroo Point (KP – For short). All up over 1000 routes!

 Rock Climbing guide book brisbane climbntravelMy favourite Craigs in this book so far would have to be Mount Ngungun and Kp – Kangaroo Point!

Authored by local climber Lee Cujes in collaboration with Ross Ferguson, John O’Brien and others.

Numerous cliff photo topos, access maps and professional user-friendly design help make route finding a breeze and easy to understand.

A5 in size book, 168 pages, full colour. RRP $36.95 (including GST). Get this book from a local climbing store in Brisbane or you can find it online.

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