I remember the good old days, before the Internet, when I had the Falcon Guide - Rock 'N' Road in my hands. This book was the crags encyclopedia in North America. I spent hours just reading that book on and on, in bed, on the toilet, etc. I was kind of dreaming about climbing legendary routes and visiting all the climbing sites in the North Americas.

However, the last edition of Rock 'N' Road was released in 2002, so let be honest, it's outdated. I realized that many newcomers don't think about traveling and visiting fabulous areas like Red Rock, Smith Rock, Gunks, Squamish, etc. They just don't know it exists. I hope this map will make things easier for you. You can find guidebooks along the way on a road trip or simply the ones from your neighborhood. The best thing is I have painted the area covered by the guidebooks. I tried to be as much precise as possible (let me know if you find any mistake by emailing us at and it took me countless days of reading guidebooks to do it. You can now know with precision what area is included in guidebooks and what is excluded. It's especially good when many guidebooks merged in the same areas. For small areas, like Red Rock, Smith Rock, Rumney, Skaha, Val-David, etc, I put a pin otherwise those areas would not be visible when zooming out.

If you are an author, we can definitively let you put your books on the map no matter if we sell them or not. Contact us.

Welcome to the Verti Call's Guidebook Collection Map.
For better results go directly on our map on Google Map.

Happy climbing!

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Posted by Marc-Olivier Chabot

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