Daniel Stih's Rock Climbing in Zion National Park
An invaluable resource for climbers, as well as non-climbers who have a desire to experience adventure on the big and remote mountains in Zion National Park.
This one of a kind guidebook provides information on rock climbs in Zion National Park not found in any other guidebook or on the internet. These climbs are unique to those the author established during his thirty years of exploring the park. Some of these mountains have not seen second ascents.
In more than 550 photographs and 40 maps and drawings, Daniel shares details on how he discovered and climbed these mountains. Each chapter contains a history, how to get to it, where water might be found, equipment, cautions and special difficulties, the best time of year to attempt it, how to get down, and alternate routes back to civilization.
Daniel begins by sharing stories of how he progressed from doing standard routes, to finding difficult routes on mountains that had not been climbed. He generously provides suggestions for future climbers as to where new routes can be found.
ISBN: 978-1-7365856-0-3 (Paperback, b/w)
ISBN: 978-1-7365856-1-0 (Hardcover, full color)