The Evolution of the Climbing Guidebook

May 6th, 2010 by Paul Vidal

Wolverine Publishing and Ray Ellington’s iPhone Guidebook App to the Red River Gorge guidebook is on iTunes. As if you need any more reason to pick it up, fifty cents from each full version of the app will be donated to the RRGCC. The app works on the iPhone and iPod touch and helps improve your image and karma at the same time! Ok, maybe not really, but you’ll have to admit it’s pretty slick and with some of the cash going to help save the climbs it documents, can you really pass it up? It’s also available in a free Lite version showcasing Roadside and Drive-By Crags. Check out the video below for a full run-through for a preview of some of the things the app can do.

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    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Detroit Rock, rrgcc. rrgcc said: if you haven't already, take a look at the new online guide iphone app. very slick! (and they donate to us 😉 ) […]