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Trad Climbing + (Rockfax Climbing Guide) (Rockfax Climbing Guide Series) Paperback – 1 Nov 2007
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What we have here is a brilliant intro to trad climbing. Sure, the first 70 odd pages cover ground that only the fresh faced beginner will need, such as explaining what the various bits of protection do etc.
However, the meat of the book contains a very solid grounding in how to set up belays, the protection system etc, which is something that most beginners, in my opinion, struggle to get their heads round. The book is cleverly written and throws in some pretty high end tips for the more advanced climber, I certainly put it down and had a lot of new ideas to try out at the crag.
All in all a very complete guide to trad climbing and one I can heartily recommend. The writing style is straightforward, personable and very clear and the illustrations and photos are top notch.
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This is a very useful book! It explains lots of basic climbing related knowledge that we expect to have. Happy to have this book.Published on 11 Oct. 2013 by LEE HSIU HSIN
Very interesting book despite the several typos(!!), covers info for beginners to advanced climbers. Well worth a read, particularly the sections on 'the mind'.Published on 29 Aug. 2013 by Eleanor Rossuck