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Chris Summit


Climbing and Bouldering in Northern California

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Chris Summit (yes itís his real name), was born to climb. A Northern California native he started climbing and bouldering on the rocks around his home in Santa Rosa where he grew up and still lives and climbs today. In over 20 years of climbing Chris has found and developed several new areas and established first ascents of sport climbs, traditional climbs and many boulder problems all over Northern California. He has also written 6 guidebooks including his now out of print Wine County Rocks (self published) and Bay Area, Northern California and Tuolumne Bouldering as well as Bay Area Top Ropes by SuperTopo and with Tom Slater co-authored the bible to Nor Cal climbing, California Roadtrip, A Climbers Guide, Northern California by Maximus Press. This gallery collection has images from each of his SuperTopo guidebooks as well as a few other random images from all around Northern California.

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Washington Pass Alpine Rock Climbing Classics
  Ed Cooper

Mountains of North America
 
Chris Summit

Climbing and Bouldering in Northern California
  Renan Ozturk

Rock Monkey Art
 
Joseph Puryear

A celebration of the Alaska Range
  Bill Sernuik

A selection of climbing photos
 
Nathan Welton

Back to the Stone Age
  Karl Baba

Yosemite Climbing and Landscapes
 
Greg Epperson

Winter Climbing in Red Rocks, Nevada
  Shawn Reeder

Tuolumne and Yosemite Climbs
 
Jody Langford

The Range of Light
  Chris Falkenstein

Yosemite and Tuolumne Free Climbs
 
Bryan Law

A World of Stone
  Mark Kroese

Classic North American Climbing Areas
 
William Zittrich

Big Wall Climbers From El Cap Meadow
  John Dickey

Climbing and slack-lining in Yosemite
 
Jerry Dodrill

Hard El Cap Climbs
  Corey Rich

Yosemite Free Climbs
 
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