We provide the Gunks app for iPhone and Android, and digital rock climbing guidebooks for 42 areas and counting. Each guidebook is written by a local, and includes route details, a tick list, filtering, and GPS navigation. Each route has a high-res base photo, zoomable aerial topo and/or map, and pitch-by-pitch description including descent info. Filter the list by grade, protection, style, ticked status, or stars. Unlike print books, the apps are kept up-to-date with new climbs, photos, closures, and condition information at no additional cost. For a one-time fee the Gunks app provides all the information you will ever need.
We also provide the Gunks Author app for iOS, Android, and Web to make writing a guidebook easier than ever. Want to document your local crag and make more money than a print book?
2014: Trapps Routes. 2015: Nears Routes, Peter's Kill Bouldering. 2016: Trapps Bouldering, Peter's Kill Routes, Nears Bouldering, Haycock Bouldering. 2017: Mountainside Park Bouldering, Governor Stable, Thacher Park Routes, McKenzie Pond Bouldering, Birdsboro Routes, Nine Corner Lake, Lincoln Woods. 2018: Manhattan on the Rocks, Sourland Bouldering, Cayman Brac Routes, Lynn Woods Bouldering. 2019: Bolton Bouldering, Safe Harbor Routes, Powerlinez Bouldering, Pawtuckaway Climbing, Wissahickon Bouldering. 2020: Dickey Ledge Routes, Long Island Bouldering, Moss Island Routes. 2021: Northwest Branch Bouldering, High Rocks Climbing, Southern Adirondack Routes, Ragged Mountain Routes, Frederick Bouldering, Bromley Forest Bouldering. 2022: Rocks State Park Bouldering, Hawaii Bouldering, Shagg Crag Routes, City of Rocks Routes, Lake George Routes, Chickies Rock Routes, Les Blocs du Mont Orford. 2023: Wine Country Bouldering, Rumney Bouldering. All these guidebooks continue to receive updates. See the Update History for details.
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