Coopers Rock Bouldering Guide

Author: 
Brayack, Dan & Keenan, Tim
Year Published: 
2007

"Coopers Rock Bouldering Guide leads the way to more than 400 bouldering problems at Coopers Rock State Forest in north-central West Virginia. The forest's 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.

Look inside to find:

• Written description and grades

• Detailed topos and overview maps

• Easy-to-follow driving and approach directions

• Routes by grade and alphabetical indexes

• Tips on safety, climbing ethics, and more"

Format: 
Book
Type: 
Guide
Topic: 
Rock Climbing
Availability: 
Available