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by Bill Wright,Hans Florine
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Mountaineering
  • Author:
    Bill Wright,Hans Florine
  • ISBN:
    076271168X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0762711680
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  • Publisher:
    Falcon; 1st edition (December 1, 2001)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Mountaineering
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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The How to Climb series expands on the useful information found in all FalconGuides. Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, "The only thing better than climbing is more climbing!"

The How to Climb series expands on the useful information found in all FalconGuides. Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, "The only thing better than climbing is more climbing!" Mixing humor with history, personal experiences, and lots of common sense and good advice, they offer other climbers the tips they've used successfully for moving faster up the rock. The techniques, illustrations, and inspirational stories offered in this book will have you climbing more routes more often in no time.

Skills for More Efficient Climbing (How To Climb Series).

The techniques, illustrations, and inspirational stories offered in this book will have you climbing more routes more often in no time. Skills for More Efficient Climbing (How To Climb Series).

The How to Climb series expands on the useful information found in all FalconGuides. Real-life stories of efficient climbing are interspersed with the excellent advice about training, carrying less gear, and moving faster that this guide offers. The only thing better than climbing is more climbing", says climber and author Hans Florine, and this book provides the tips climbers need to shave time off their ascents, so they can get up more difficult routes in less time.

Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, The only thing better than climbing is. .Skills for More Efficient Climbing. by Bill Wright and Hans Florine. Select Format: Paperback.

Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, The only thing better than climbing is more.

Skills for More Efficient Climbing (How To Climb Series), Hans Florine with Bill Wright, Falcon Guides, 2001 . Speed Climbing!, 2nd: How to Climb Faster and Better (How To Climb Series), Hans Florine with Bill Wright, Falcon Guides, 2004. On the Nose: A Lifelong Obsession with Yosemite’s Most Iconic Climb, Hans Florine with Jayme Moye, Falcon Guides, 2016.

Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, "The only thing better than climbing is more climbing!" Mixing humor with history, personal experiences, and lots of common sense and good advice, they offer other climbers th.

Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, "The only thing better than climbing is more climbing!" Mixing humor with history, personal experiences, and lots of common sense and good advice, they offer other climbers the tips they've used successfully for moving faster up the rock. The techniques, illustrations, and inspirational stories offered in this book will have you climbing more routes more often in not time. 6 x 9, 144 pages, b&w photos, diagrams).

Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, "The only thing better than climbing is more climbing!" Mixing humor with history, personal experiences, and lots of common sense and good advice, they offer other climbers the tips they"ve used successfully for moving faster up the rock.

Speed Climbing!: How To Climb Faster And Better - How To Climb Series . Hans Florine (author), Bill Wright (author). The only thing better than climbing is more climbing," says climber and author Hans Florine.

Speed Climbing!: How To Climb Faster And Better - How To Climb Series (Paperback). This book is a complete introduction to the techniques of speed climbing, including training, soloing, simul-climbing, passing, equipment, and more. Also includes a history of speed climbing and compiles speed-climbing records.

by Hans Florine, Bill Wright . ISBN 9780762711680 (978-0-7627-1168-0) Softcover, Falcon, 2001. Skills for More Efficient Climbing (How To Climb Series): Climb On! Skills for More Efficient Climbing (How To Climb Series): ISBN 9780762711680 (978-0-7627-1168-0) Softcover, Falcon, 2001. The Tiguas: Pueblo Indians of Texas.

Hans Florine and Bill Wright pried themselves off the rock long enough to write this book because, as they say, "The only thing better than climbing is more climbing!" Mixing humor with history, personal experiences, and lots of common sense and good advice, they offer other climbers the tips they've used successfully for moving faster up the rock. The techniques, illustrations, and inspirational stories offered in this book will have you climbing more routes more often in not time. (6 x 9, 144 pages, b&w photos, diagrams)

Whitesmasher
This is the definitive work of Speedclimbing from a paradoxical pair of authors. Hans Florine is the godfather of speed climbing - one of the early pioneers of the sport and a multiple record holder. Bill Wright is a weekend warrior, who finds a way to pursue his passion despite the constraints of a day job.
The book mixes three distinctive components - theory behind how to climb faster, practical hands on tips, and fireside annecdotes that will inspire you to get on the rock. The book will provide useful tips for the beginner and experienced climber alike.
FEISKO
maybe useful for multipitch climbing, but kind of obvious
Ausstan
This is a great resource and the presentation of material is excellent. Bill and Hans are part of the growing breed of speed climbers - people that have busy lives and search to do more in less time. Speed climbing brings more risk to the equation and this book helps one to make the right decisions in a wide variety of circumstances. Some may feel that speed climbing takes away from the "stop and smell the roses" attitude, but the truth is, when one learns to be efficient, there is more time available for relaxing activities. Or, as Bill and Hans do, more time to climb more routes. This book is a classic and is a cornerstone of instructional climbing literature. I read it cover to cover in 38 minutes and 43 seconds. Is that a record?
Hirah
I bought this book to give me some insight for tackling the north ridge of Mt. Stuart. I did take some good tips away from this book, which made it worth the cheap price. The included stories make for some entertaining reading.