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kurthicks

Snoqualmie Rock guidebook release

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Hey CC.com!

I'm proud to announce the release of Snoqualmie Rock. After 5 years of research, writing, and review, this comprehensive guidebook for the I-90 corridor is finally complete. It covers well over 700 routes from Issaquah to Snoqualmie Pass at over 60 crags. You'll find it in stores this June, but you can pre-order your own copy now at www.snoqualmierock.com

See you all at the crags!

 

 

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Yeah Kurt!  What an accomplishment getting this to see the light of day.

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buying directly from author puts more of that money in authors wallet.  authors don't really get compensated for the hard work when all they do is sell through merchants.

 

did my preorder.  thanks Kurt!

 

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Wow, looks great!  Am I remembering incorrectly, but weren't the Repo crags called something else in Burdo's guidebook.  British Isles or something?

 

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10 hours ago, JasonG said:

Yeah @kurthicks, let's hear about your brush with fame.

I guided a trip last year in the Ruth Gorge for The North Face. Alex was there and we spent some camp time talking about climbing in Washington--he's been out to our crags and said he'd definitely be here again. So I got in touch and had him review the book. He's super nice and it was great to connect about our local terrain!

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