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Eight new guidebooks released this week!

The rakkup catalog continues to grow quickly, with great guidebooks from the best authors out there. Each of these books features complete text and gorgeous color photographs, and our acclaimed turn-by-turn navigation to every climb.

All these guidebooks are for sale now in the rakkup app or here in our guidebook store.

New River Gorge Climbing Vol. 1 New River Gorge Climbing Vol. 2 Southern Nevada Bouldering Select Cover cover Eli Simon on Head Arete at Great Head in Acadia, Maine. cover  cover

New River Gorge Vol. 1 - by Mike Williams published by Wolverine PublishingThis guide documents more than 1900 climbing routes found along the immaculate sandstone walls of this beautiful gorge.

New River Gorge Vol. 2by Mike Williams published by Wolverine Publishing. Long overshadowed by the more famous New River Gorge just a few miles to the south, the Meadow River, Summersville Lake, and Gauley River harbor an equally diverse selection of some of America’s best rock climbs. This guide contains over 1000 climbs.

Southern Nevada Bouldering Selectby Tom Moulin published by Snell Press.  Southern Nevada, long known for outstanding sport and trad climbing, boasts an impressive array of world-class boulder problems at all difficulty levels.  This guide contains 5oo of the best problems with turn by turn navigation to every boulder!

North Table Mountainby Tod Anderson. The quintessential urban crag, Golden’s own North Table Mountain provides a great place to catch some after work cragging, or a sunny place on a cold winter’s day to get outside on the stone.  This guide contains up-to-date information on over 300 routes in three separate major areas.

Rampart Range Rocks - by Tod Anderson. Overlooked or ignored for many years, Rampart Range Rocks aka Devil’s Head has become one of Colorado’s premier sport climbing destinations.  Over 100 crags, spires and walls contain some of the best granite in the western U.S., and the 400+ routes are less than one hour from downtown Denver.

Rock Climbs of Acadia - by Grant Simmons. One of the East Coast’s premier summer destinations, Acadia National Park offers high quality granite climbing in a spectacular setting.  It is a Downeast island paradise replete with classic routes both on the coast and inland.  The first edition of this guide details more than 175 routes and covers Acadia’s most impressive areas.

Maple Canyon Rock Climbsby Dave Pegg, Sibylle Hechtel & Josh Holmes published by Wolverine Publishing.  Comprehensive guide to more than 400 climbs, including new routes put up since print guidebooks to the area were published.

Castle Rock Boulderingby Clay Breitweiser. Castle Rock State Park and Sanborn County Park contain some of the finest bouldering and climbing in California. This guide covers most of the classic boulder problems as well as some previously unpublished gems along with select top-rope routes.



rakkup is the first and only mobile climbing app that calculates your best approach route and navigates you through the trail system to your climb, turn by turn. Never get lost again! Produced with support from Outdoor Research, rakkup reinvents the climbing guidebook for the smartphone era. We’re partnering with guidebook creators like Wolverine & SuperTopo to bring you rich, detailed guidebooks complete with the most accurate and informative beta. Free sample climbs from SuperTopo’s Red Rocks Climbing title are included in the app so you can try it today.

Bookshelf full of guidebooks from professional publishers at your fingertips

Bookshelf full of guidebooks from professional publishers at your fingertips

rakkup instantly calculates your shortest approach route

rakkup instantly calculates your shortest approach route

Smart rakkup trail maps enable turn by turn directions

Smart rakkup trail maps enable turn by turn directions

Browse climbs alphabetically, or by wall or grade

Browse climbs alphabetically, or by wall or grade


Navigating with rakkup is much more than just looking at dots on a map. Only rakkup steers you precisely down the right trails and turns with an easy-to-follow arrow and a moving map view.  Other guidebooks just give you a short textual description of an approach, or show you a blue dot on a map with no information about canyons, dead-ends, or trail quality. In rakkup, we’ve combined state-of-the-art GPS navigation programming with extensive data about every climb and trail.  Each rakkup guidebook includes a detailed map of the entire trail system. The app instantly and continuously calculates the best route from your current position to your climb, even taking into account fourth- and fifth-class approach options, and gives you turn-by-turn guidance.  A compass with an arrow, and a moving map, always tell you where to go and keep you on track.

Locate your next Rifle project on our smart trail map

Locate your next Rifle project on our smart trail map

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Choose your next project…

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View your project in full screen HD color

View your project in full screen HD color



We’re partnering with professional guidebook creators to build the most convenient climbing guidebooks ever produced. You’ll have fingertip access to the best climbs at your favorite areas. Every digital guide includes a library of photos for each climb, and all the beta you could want – all written and edited by professionals to provide you with everything you need for a successful send. Put rakkup on your phone today and experience the future of climbing guides!

One tap on the climb menu brings up all the climb beta you need

One tap on the climb menu brings up all the climb beta you need

Zoom & scroll through topos

zoom & scroll through topos

All the beta you need, written by professionals

All the beta you need, written by professionals

Thought you identified a climb, but aren't sure?  Wonder no more with our Belay View™ photos

Thought you identified a climb, but aren’t sure? Wonder no more with our Belay View™ photos