Find Your Next Adventure


DATE RANGE
Or leave the current defaults
TYPE
TRIP LEADER
GROUP
CLASSIFICATION

Quick Trip Search
Colorado Mountain Club
Welcome,    Log OutMember Login •   Contact Us


Home » Colorado Snow Climbs: A Guide for All Seasons

Bookstore: Details

Colorado Snow Climbs: A Guide for All Seasons
By Dave Cooper

 

A veritable feast of year-round snow climbs in the High Country.

 

• 40 of the finest snow climbs in Colorado.

 

• Organized by season for year-round snow climbing.

 

• Full-color photos and maps.

 

• GPS-enabled with waypoints for the approach and route.


Colorado Snow Climbs is a veritable feast of year-round snow climbs in the High Country.

The Colorado mountains offer some of the finest snow and alpine ice climbing in the US; from winter ridge routes, to couloir and gully climbs in the spring and summer, to the alpine ice routes which form each autumn.

The climbs are organized by season and then technical difficulty and commitment and go from routes requiring little more than an ice ax and the requisite skills to technical climbs involving sections of serious ice and mixed climbing.

By including "classics" as well as a sampling of lesser-known high quality routes, as well as detailed maps and route descriptions, Cooper continues the tradition started in his best-selling "
Colorado Scrambles". GPS data for critical points on the approach and climb plus four-color photographs whet the appetite and provide additional information about the routes.

The general discussion of snow properties provided in the introduction is supplemented by specific information relevant to each climb, including changing conditions to be expected on the route as the season progresses. Cooper identifies objective hazards unique to the climb, and adds anecdotes and personal accounts of climbs to make for one of the best guidebooks you have ever consumed.

Born in Yorkshire, England, DAVE COOPER has spent the last 30 years exploring the Colorado mountains and has climbed extensively in many of the world’s great ranges. He is a contributor to the Denver Post Trail Mix column and author of Colorado Scrambles published by CMC Press. He lives in Alma, Colorado.

Book specs:
240 pages, 6X9, 142 color photos, 34 topographic maps, paperback, ISBN: 978-0-9760525-9-3, $22.95


USD $22.95
Update