HP40 Guidebook

Posted on 03. Feb, 2010 by in News

I just received an advanced copy of the new HP40 Guidebook written by an acquaintance of mine Adam Henry. Adam is an old timer who has lost a bit of a step, slowly becoming out-of-touch with todays modern bouldering scene. Nevertheless, he probably knows what he is talking about more than anyone when it comes to bouldering in the Deep South. His book is filled with hilarious stories and wonderful testimonies from many climbers (including Fontainebleau local Stephan Denys) who have fallen in love with the absolutely perfect rock in Alabama. Adam tells it like it is, and his new guidebook is definitely worth a buy. HP40 is a very special place, and his book does an excellent job of getting that across. Well done!

Here is Mike McClure on the Horse Pens classic God Module V11

13 Responses to “HP40 Guidebook”

  1. Jon G

    03. Feb, 2010

    um… jump start?

  2. Elliott

    03. Feb, 2010

    yeah, what’s up with the jump start? is that the v11 beta?

  3. d

    03. Feb, 2010

    agreed. weak start fo sho.

  4. Dylan P

    04. Feb, 2010

    Either way, looked strong.

  5. MikeM

    04. Feb, 2010

    I’ll admit it, even though it didn’t feel like I was jumping at the time, the vid definitely makes it appear that way. Oh well. Thanks for posting the vid and keeping an eye on climbidaho Jamie! Psyched for that book to hit the shelves, any idea when it’s available?

  6. Nick

    04. Feb, 2010

    Out of all the God Module videos out there, I know you picked this one so we could that talk @#$%@#.

    I don’t know the guy at all, and maybe he is strong enough to hang the starting hold, but this is without a doubt a #$%$# send.

  7. wyclimber

    04. Feb, 2010

    So the beginning is bunk but the end is quality.

  8. Jweb

    04. Feb, 2010

    hahaha wow… feels like i just opened a zero friction pic, and the %$^& talking has begun! whatever. Really syked to see the new book. HP is such a nice area, and the big thanks goes out to the shultz family who allow us to climb at their home.

  9. campusman

    04. Feb, 2010

  10. tard

    04. Feb, 2010

    EHE JUMPEd!!!!

  11. […] nice and fair review, and one which we are happy for. The second review comes from Jamie Emerson of B3Bouldering.com, who also helped out the process of the guide by contributing a couple of pictures for use within. […]

  12. brian camp

    04. Feb, 2010


  13. Calvin

    05. Feb, 2010

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