Extreme Rock Climbing Moves
by Kathleen W. Deady

Other books in Behind the Moves series:

Extreme Mountain Biking Moves


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Published by Capstone Press 
(Capstone High-Interest Books, 
Behind the Moves Series)

Spring 2003
ISBN: 0-7368-1514-7
32 pages
Reading level grades 3-4
Interest level grades 3-9


Did you know?

    Rock climbers often make their way up
the sides of sheer cliffs by sticking fingers,
hands, arms  and even their whole body into
cracks to help themselves hold on.

      Rock climbers use their feet to do smears,
       edging, heel hooks, and toe hooks.

      Read lots more about climbing techniques,
as  well as safety equipment and the different
types of rock climbing. Plus learn what rock
climbers mean when they use terms like
hangdog, barndoor, bomber, screamer, 
whipper, or zipper.


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