Lake Brownwood Guidebook

22 03 2011

Brought to you by Abilene Climbers, the very first published guide for the Lake Brownwood rocks.  Its a great little crag if you ever find yourself in the area, and any kind of effort to document and promote any Texas climbing is a worthwhile endeavor. Outstanding job gentlemen!

Click on the pic to go to the PDF they uploaded.  Then stop by their page and say thanks for a job well done.





Mineral Wells Again

28 06 2009

Okay, quick update to the Mineral Wells Topo available on the TOPOS page.  This version should be much cleaner since I typed the route info instead of just writing on it.

Check it out and leave your thoughts in the comments.





Mineral Wells State Park Topo

26 06 2009

I was out at Mineral Wells recently to do some climbing.  It was then that I picked up a copy of the topo provided by the park.  It has a much better map than the drawings available in the guidebooks Texas Limestone II and Texas Limestone Bouldering.  However, the route grade info on the state park topo is extremely incomplete, so I decided to do a quick conglomeration of all available materials.   If you go to the TOPOS page, you can now download the official state park Topo with updated grade information.  More convenient than the guidebooks, more informative than TPWD, its the best of both worlds.

It’s not super neat/clean since the guide is a scan of a copy, but its a start.

Download it before your next trip.





Topos Update

8 01 2009

I found a nifty piece of freeware that let me combine all the separate Reimer’s Topos into one file.

Visit the Topos page and download away!





New Topos Page

19 10 2008

I finally got around to adding the Texas and Oklahoma related topos I’ve found online to a new Topos page available at the top.  Yeah, you’ve probably seen some of them on other blogs, but I’m of the persuasion that information should be made available to the masses in as many places as possible.

Enjoy.