Having problems finding a crag or a route?
- Dream Catcher
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I think Land of the Arches is out of print and I hated that crap guide that came out a few years ago. I think the Sierra Club put it out.
Give him a climbing guide and tell him the approaches are the best hikes around.
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Crankmas wrote:have a bizz associate that wants a guide to RRG hikes, I drove him around the 715 loop and pointed out several trailheads, surely Gallstones or J&H has a trail guide- book, right? if not anybody noticed anything at Porter Chevron or similar? thanks
Where does he/she live? There are several guidebooks available in local stores in Louisville...
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Jerrell Goodpaster has written 2 trail guides to RRG. Check here for more info, including where to purchase.
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Yes, all of the above. I have a guide by Jerrell Goodpaster. You can find it at all the locations you mentioned. It's pretty handy - I always bring it with me. It doesn't have everything trail in it, but it includes most of the popular trails. Good for someone new to the gorge.
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Thank you - met Jerrell at Military one time, thanks for suggesting his work