A Select Guide to the Classic and Not-So-Classic Routes
The Grand Teton, in northern Wyoming, may be the most iconic peak in the Lower 48 states. Surrounding this impressive high point is the craggy Teton Range, with a dozen other spectacular summits that would be crown jewels anywhere else. Not surprisingly, climbers flock to the Tetons, and have since the earliest days of American mountaineering. The quality and climb-ability of the rock and elegance of the routes has kept the Tetons in vogue. Teton Rock Climbs by Aaron Gams takes you directly to the best climbs in the range, with enough choices to last most visitors a lifetime.
This 2012 edition is a selected guide to the local’s favorite classic and new routes in the Grand Teton National Park with over 300 color images and 85 detailed routes, from 3rd class mountaineering to 5.12+ test pieces.
- Published by Ground Up Press on May 15, 2012
- Author: Aaron Gams
- Region: Teton Range (Wyoming, USA)
- Edition: First
- Language: English
- Color: Yes
- Pages: 238
- Dimension: 6″ wide by 9″ tall
- ISBN: 9780976636328
- Weight: 511g