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  • You could say author Jeremy Collins began researching MO Beta: Rock Climbs of Missouri nearly 25 years ago. Thats when he picked up an early version of Missouri Limestone and started an obsession with climbing guidebooks. His 270-page paperback collects 1,100+ routes and problems (over 500 of them new) in six Show-Me State climbing areas: Kansas City, Truman Lake, Boone County, SoMo, Elephant Rocks and Capital Crags. Thorough and beautifully designed and photographed, its a must for any local climbers library. $30; mo-beta.com
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  • What crags are included in MO BETA? - Cliff Drive, Swope Park, Blue River Bend, Trappers Camp, Reeds Bluff, The Quarry, Turkey Creek, Monegaw Springs, Warsaw, Bump n Grind, Raven Rocks, Capen Park, Drive-In, Andromeda, Providence, Wilton, Reform Rock, Peters Branch, Paddy Creek, Boiling Springs, Elephant Rocks, Scheuler Ferry, Henley, and Earthquake Hollow.
  • Some of these crags are on private land... whats up with that? - Its true some of these crags are off-limits. It was decided by the author to include them because land ownership changes over time. Also, this is the first guidebook for Missouri in over 15 years; who knows what changes will happen in the next 15. Off-limit crags are included for historical information and access issues are noted within individual crag descriptions.
  • How is the Kansas City Climbing Community involved? - Other than getting you mo beta than you can handle, another goal of this guide is funding an anchor maintenance project for local crags. This will be facilitated by KCCC crew and will focus on poor/old permanent anchors primarily found in the Truman Lake Region.
  • Author: Jeremy Collins

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