Tuesday, March 27, 2012
How To Order The Upstate Bouldering Guidebook
Upstate Bouldering Guidebook
To order a copy of the Upstate Bouldering Guidebook, a guide to…
*Around 350 bouldering routes in Upstate of South Carolina and western North Carolina
Areas covered in The Upstate Bouldering Guide...
Jocassee Gorges Area of SC:
-Pisgah National Forest/Looking Glass
*11 Jocassee Gorges mountain bike rides
*2 Jocassee Gorges road bike rides
+Future boulder route development
+A dozen whitewater runs nearby, from class II-V+
+8 different flatwater paddling destinations
+Hundreds of miles of hiking and backpacking in nearby areas
+A variety of swimming holes on local rivers and lakes
+Gear Shops nearest each bouldering area
+Camping within a few miles of each bouldering area
+And eating options/grocery stores near each bouldering area
…basically, enough information to keep any outdoorsy person busy for at least a month!!!
To purchase a guidebook and support local South Carolina and North Carolina bouldering, please e-mail UpstateBouldering@hotmail.com with your order request (either black and white or color and how many copies you want) and I will send you a PayPal invoice, which can be paid with any major credit or debit card. 100% of the profits from these guidebooks will be donated to the Carolina Climbers Coalition, to maintain, preserve, and further bouldering access in these same areas.
Black and white copies are $20 each
Brilliant full color copies are $33 each
Add $5 for shipping and handling to anywhere in the continental USA
If you are in Greenville, SC, you can save the shipping charge and pick up a black and white copy at Sunrift Adventures.
If you are near the Little Eastatoee Boulders, you can save the shipping charge and pick up a black and white copy at One With The Ride.
Check out the following link for more information about the guidebook…
More in depth details about the guidebook
Once again, thanks to the advertisers/sponsors of this guidebook for showing your faith in me and the efforts of the Carolina Climbers Coalition...not everyone was so supportive though. I was shocked by some of the responses I got from a few of the supposed "benchmark" local sponsors that I contacted...their focus was more on making money or boosting their own status/agenda instead of showing their true support for local access. When you support the sponsors below, you are truly supporting local access and not simply someones financial agenda!!!