Tremadog by Steve Long (2010)Artwork by Don Sargeant, history by Andy Boorman, and edited and typeset by Peter Sterling39 crags in nine distinct areas, including the ever popular main Tremadog cliffs; Craig y Gesail, Craig y Castell, Craig Pant Ifan, and Craig Bwlch y Moch.Star ratings given for all routes. (590+ stars!)376 pages describing over 847 climbs; more than 1300 pitches (over 28.5km of climbing).114 colour photo-topos.84 action photographs.30 photoplans.Full detailed colour mapping coverage of all crags documented in the guide.Complementary online database of routes and first ascent details.Graded list of climbs on Castell, Pant Ifan, and Bwlch y Moch.
A very thorough reassessment of the climbing on the south side of the A5, based around the ever-popular Tryfan and Cwm Idwal areas, including some 140 new routes climbed since the last guide, and many ‘rediscovered’ older climbs. The new routes are at all grades and on both old and new crags.
The Gogarth North guidebook is a climbing guide to the glorious sea cliffs of Gogarth, situated on the western tip of Anglesey.
Selected climbing guide to Gower Peninsula in South Wales. Photo Topos, inspirational photos, bouldering and a mix of sport routes and trad climbs all in a stunningly beautiful setting.Classic Seacliff Trad Climbs.
The diversity of the rock and the climbing styles in North Wales is phenomenal. This guidebook features 8 different rock types and 56 different crags, each with its own character, feel and of course history. Since the bolt-boom of the 1980s and the rebolting efforts of recent years, North Wales now offers fine sport climbing to sit alongside its world-class traditional adventures. And it is these adventures that are the biggest draw to the area.
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