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Coopers Rock Bouldering Guide (Falcon Guide)by Dan Brayack
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Coopers Rock Bouldering Guide leads the way to more than 400 bouldering problems at Coopers Rock State Forest in north-central West Virginia. The forests 15- to 30-foot gritstone” boulders contain scores of high-quality lines, delicate slabs, and powerful roofs, some coupled with sloping of the. This guidebook provides in-depth information and precise detail about finding and ascending the best lines and classics on the most developed and most convenient areas, including Tilted Tree, Roadside Rocks, Upper Rock City, and Picnic Table. Also included is information on the best time of year to visit as well as where to camp, find food, and purchase gear.
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Coopers Rock Bouldering Guide features more than 300 bouldering problems at Coopers Rock State Forest a popular rock climbing area in north-central West Virginia The authors provide in-depth information and precise detail about finding and ascending t
Cooper’s Rock State Forest, near Morgantown, West Virginia, has more than 400 bouldering challenges, and all of them are laid out in detail in Dan Brayack’s new rock climbing companion. In-depth information about finding them, ascending the best lines, and identifying the greatest problems in the boulder fields. He discusses the best times of year to hit Cooper’s Rock, what to being, where to camp, and where to buy food and gear. The only comprehensive guide to devoted entirely to popular Cooper’s Rock, this long-awaited guide is suitable for all levels of experience.
Dan Brayack prefers sport climbing (he’s climbed 5.12d sport) but bouldering is a lifelong passion, especially technical slab, face, and gently overhanging face. He has bouldered V6, and considers Cooper’s Rock his home.
About the Author
Dan Brayack prefers sport climbing (hes climbed 5.12d sport) but bouldering is a lifelong passion, especially technical slab, face, and gently overhanging face. He has bouldered V6, and considers Coopers Rock his home.
Tim Keenan began climbing while attending West Virginia University and honed his skills at Cooper's Rock State Park. He enjoys all things sandstone, preferring roofs, bulges, and slightly overhung faces with bad holds.
Table of Contents
Recommended Problems by GradeCircuitsTilted TreeRoadside RocksUpper Rock CityPicnic Table (aka Mushroom Boulder)Other AreasRoutes by Grade IndexRoutes by Name IndexAbout the Authors
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