Welcome to one of Earth’s great playgrounds of stone — Joshua Tree National Park. The sheer size and complexity of Joshua Tree’s granite mazes is mind-boggling: 30 square miles of rock piles, hundreds of formations — and millions of boulders. For those seeking the thrill of exploration and a lifetime of bouldering, Joshua Tree is ad infinitum. This is the most comprehensive book available on JT bouldering, documenting more than 2000 problems, from the surprisingly stout climbs of the 1960s, through Stonemaster classics of the 1970s and ’80s, to recent V-double-digit testpieces pioneered by the likes of Rob Mulligan, Chris Lindner, Chris Sharma, and Keenan Takahashi.
Auflage: 2. Aufl. 2016