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Guidebook for Cirque of the Towers?
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Can anyone recomend a good guide book for the Cirque of the Towers in Wyoming? I am going to be spending some time there this summer and need some info on the area and routes.

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Can anyone recomend a good guide book for the Cirque of the Towers in Wyoming? I am going to be spending some time there this summer and need some info on the area and routes.

Kelsey guide, something like the climbing and hiking guide to the wind rivers. Finis Mitchell's guide is a classic...but, might not be what your looking for...(mostly a hiking guide).

Another that has some limited info is the Greg Collins guide but it mostly covers Wild Iris and areas to the east of the Cirque. I think its titled Lander Rock.

Old Bonney guide has some info. Thats a fun one to navigate by.

Fifty Classic Climbs has a couple of routes in the Cirque as well.

I think that might cover it.

Brian in SLC


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