Rocky Mountain Books has published the seventh edition of the much-loved Sport Climbs in the Canadian Rockies by Jon Jones and John Martin. Originally published in 1995, it continues to be the quintessential guidebook that both local and visiting climbers reach for when travelling to Western Canada.

Featuring over 2,300 routes located throughout the Bow Valley, including climbs at Banff, Canmore, Lake Louise, Kananaskis Country and the Ghost River region, this new edition features eight new areas, 500 new routes, the latest updates, full-colour maps and photos and over 300 marked topos.

The 2016 Sport Climbing in the Canadian Rockies

The 2016 Sport Climbing in the Canadian Rockies

All routes include difficulty classifications and are completely indexed, including first-ascent information. With over 15,000 copies of previous editions sold internationally, this completely revised and updated new edition is now in full colour and destined to remain the bestselling guide to one of the world’s most stunning mountaineering hotspots.

“Since my first trip to the Rockies in 2000, Sport Climbs in the Canadian Rockies has been my go-to for days in the mountains,” said Gripped editor Brandon Pullan. “There is no better guidebook in Canada that has led so many climbers up so many routes. A must have.”

For it and other great guidebooks, visit Rocky Mountain Books here.

Some of Rocky Mountain Books' guidebooks with the new sport climbing guide.

Some of Rocky Mountain Books’ guidebooks with the new sport climbing guide.


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