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Jul 26, 2012
...in about a week.

Plugging this for my friend Travis who's done a tremendous job over the last few years researching and writing Vermont's first ever rock climbing guide Tough Schist. It's a beautiful full color guide with over 500 never before documented routes, superb topos, cool climbing history, and great photography. A must have for New England climbers.

The book is all printed and being bound now. Pre-order here: vermontrock.com/, because they'll go quickly.

Cheers,

Derek
Derek Doucet
Joined Apr 26, 2010
185 points
Jul 26, 2012
Sounds great. So is there climbing in Vermont worth traveling to from Boston? Logan Schiff
From Brooklyn, NY
Joined Jun 18, 2012
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Jul 26, 2012
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Makes me wish I was still back east. Nice work. Scott McMahon
From Boulder, CO
Joined Feb 15, 2006
927 points
Jul 26, 2012
Logan Schiff wrote:
Sounds great. So is there climbing in Vermont worth traveling to from Boston?


That depends. Do you enjoy steep schist sport climbing, immaculate and scary granite slabs, splitter cracks, and other assorted delights?
Derek Doucet
Joined Apr 26, 2010
185 points
Jul 27, 2012
Just ordered. Really excited to see it. mmainer
Joined Jun 22, 2010
106 points
Jul 27, 2012
Cool movement on this line
just pre-ordered! looks stellar! matthewWallace
From plymouth, nh
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