The definitive guidebook for the Avon Gorge area, including Leigh Woods Nature Reserve and suspension Bridge Area. This guidebook is a great asset to anyone looking to get on the rock just West of Bristol. This book covers all areas in the Leigh Woods Nature Reserve and along the East wall of the gorge from the suspension bridge area to the sea walls.
A fully researched and rewritten full colour guidebook to this most hallowed of cliffs. Instead of the usual Historical, the extended Ascents Anthology has been expanded further with historical commentary by the author and numerous quotes and opinions on the routes from a number of Cloggy enthusiasts.
The definitive guidebook for the North Coast of West Cornwall, including Land's End, Sennen and Bosigran. The area has been extensively researched by local activists with decades of climbing experience in the region and the book has been thoroughly revised for the latest edition.
The is the second instalment of the Climbers Club Cornwall and covers areas including the Chair Ladder, the South Coast and The Lizard. The area has been extensively researched by local activists with years of rock climbing experience of the coat of West Cornwall. The guidebook includes 2000 routes at all grades, plus detailed maps and access information.
This book covers a large area west of Snowdon, including Llechog, Castell Cidwm, Craig y Bera, Cwm Silyn, Cwm Pennant, and Moel Hebog. Climbs range from Diffs that can be climbed in boots and take you to summit ridges to the more recent mega-routes of Pat Littlejohn and others on Cidwm and Craig y Bera.
This rock climbing and bouldering guide to Dartmoor covers the granite boulders in the South West of England. Descriptive guide to the classic routes! The eagerly anticipated new definitive Dartmoor guide is packed with tongue-in-cheek Devonian wit and banter plus some 600 routes and 1200 boulder problems with full photos. These are partnered with stunning action shots showcasing this unique and fantastic area at its finest.
The guide contains descriptions of the most popular bouldering areas in the Pass written by local bouldering guru Simon Panton, and illustrated by 14 of his own photo topos and a number of action photos.
The sea cliffs of the Lleyn Peninsula provides some of the most adventurous climbing in North Wales. Some of the descents are said to be more gripping than the climbs themselves! Routes such as Vulture and Path to Rome at Cilan Head have long been recognised as classic adventure routes.
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