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Descriere: A guidebook to the climbing found on the Pembrokeshire Coast in South Wales. It presents information in the full colour Rockfax style with extensive route descriptions, maps, photo-topos and symbols. It is also illustrated with many action photographs.

Page dim. 217 x 149 x 13
Series: Rockfax Climbing Guide S.
Weight: 454 grams

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Autori: James Alan, Robertson Mike | Editura: Rockfax Ltd | Anul aparitiei: 2009 | ISBN: 9781873341124 | Numar de pagini: 224 | Categorie: Sports  


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