Refuge and the historic Quartz Mountain, but also taps into the "other granite state's" rich climbing history. Author Tony Mayse, perhaps more in love with Oklahoma climbing than any other, captures the feeling, the past and the present in a wonderful vibrant fashion. Thoroughly researched and meticulously edited, Oklahoma Rock provides more than just written description. Mayse includes area maps, as well as GPS coordinates expressed through QR codes (scan it on your phone and it will open Google Maps to get you where you're going). Additionally, Oklahoma Rock includes a Quartz Bouldering chapter for the cordless crowd.It's a visually stunning book, printed on 80# gloss art-stock, with a fold-out French Flap cover that contains artwork within. At 240 pages, it will entice non-Oklahomans to visit and appreciate Oklahoma's proud climbing.