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"Freedom of the Hills" by The Mountaineers Press. Most any climbing store has it, also REI and Borders, Barns & Noble. The Bible of climbing.

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"Freedom of the Hills" is the bible of this sport. Period.

Don't use hyperbole in the newbie forum. If that wasn't hyperbole... :rolleyes:

 

No, it's not the bible. But it is likely the best place to start. Kinda like the Pentateuch or something. It is certainly the most comprehensive collection of general information on pretty much all aspects of mountaineering, but it will not be all you ever need. Depending on what subject you're interested in, there are more detailed and specific books out there.

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