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alpinerockfiend


Dec 2, 2004, 7:15 PM
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joshua tree guidebook  (North_America: United_States: California: Joshua_Tree_National_Park: _Joshua_Tree_National_Park_Overview_)
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I couldn't find this info in the J. Tree overview. What is the standard comprehensive guidebook?


alpnclmbr1


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Falcon has a reprint of the old 800 page one. (Vogel)

I believe the first volume of the new two volume set is going to be out soon. (thats been the word for about a year...)


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Falcon has a reprint of the old 800 page one. (Vogel)

More like 600+ pages.

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I believe the first volume of the new two volume set is going to be out soon. (thats been the word for about a year...)

Volume 1 has actually been at the publshers since September, but they have been sitting on their butts. Probably April. It will be well worth the wait.


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