A Climber’s Guide to the Teton RangeOrtenburger, Leigh
336 pp. Illus. Maps. 5.5 x 8.5. Brown cloth with brown imprint. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Mountaineer and Mathematician, Leigh Ortenburger has a first hand acquaintance with most of the known handholds and footholds in the Teton Range, America's favorite climbing ground. In this major revision of his now STANDARD guidebook of Teton climbing, he skillfully decribes some 580 routes and variations on ALL the TETON peaks, ranging from easy scrambles on talus to strenuous technical climbs on sheer rock faces, such as the North Face of the Grant Teton. Much of this information has been acquired during the author's 17 years of climbing an guiding in the Tetons. Illustated by 45 route drawings by Eldon Dye, in addition to accurate sketch maps and 24 pages of instructive photographs, this guide is the MOST ACCURATE and complete climbing book available for the TETON RANGE! Very Fine Condition. Sierra Club, 1965. Second Edition. $80.