Boulder Britain is a highly ambitious guidebook that sets out to cover all the best bouldering in England, Scotland and Wales. 2020 edition - due in shortly.
The crags, quarries and bluffs of Cheshire and Merseyside sandstone have a charm and beautiful variety all their own. From the heights of Helsby to the pits of Pex, from Frogsmouth sport to Frodsham solos, it's all here.
The definitive gritstone guide book that covers the best areas of the Peak District and has a wide range of grades and venues.
Rock Climbing Guide- Froggatt to Black Rocks, England Peak District. The stretch from Curbar and Froggart in the north to the black rocks in the south, is a fantastic selection of varied gritstone rock.
British Mountaineering Council's Lancashire Rock guidebook is the 2016 edition of the definitive guide from the BMC, it covers all the routes across Lancashire in one volume. There are 3200 routes in total, ranging from Mod to E9 across 95 different crags throughout the county.
British Mountaineering Council Peak Limestone South is a blockbuster of a book that brings to life the magnificent crags of the south Peak. Sport climbing, trad climbing, bouldering, quarries, tors and caves run through its pages endlessly. Crags you know, crags you don’t; old friends and new discoveries; mighty cliffs and mini craglets.
Paperback. A 2009 edition of the rock climbing and bouldering guidebook on Staffordshire grit. It covers the Roaches; Hen Cloud; Ramshaw Rocks; Newstones to Black Forest; the Churnet; and outlying crags.
The perfect guidebook for bouldering and trad climbing in the Peak District. Features the classic climbs in the area such as Brad Pitt and Crescent Arete. These will lead even the most jaded Stanage devotee to areas and problems they have never seen before, giving unique and tiring days out.
Lake District Winter Climbs is a new guide to winter climbing in the English Lake District. It is the definitive guide compiled by the Fell and Rock Club. Lake District Winter Climbs also includes sections on winter equipment, winter climbing and conservation, climbing walls, and accommodation and a first ascent list that includes masses of interesting historical research.
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.
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 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.
A guide covering the mass amounts of climbing just north of Chepstow. The 432 pages are printed in full colour throughout in the new Climbers' Club guidebook design, and the book is generously illustrated with maps, photodiagrams, and a wide selection of action photos.
A fantastic, well researched and beautifully illustrated guidebook to the unique granite playground of Lundy Island, situated in the Bristol Channel.
Perfect gift for any local Rock Climber, or if you want to visit the area. The long-awaited successor to Iain Peters’s 1988 guide (out of print since April 1996) was published in June 2000. This covers the popular and mainly conventional climbing at Baggy Point, the adventurous and far from conventional climbing on the Culm Coast (inc. Lower Sharpnose), and the serious adventure climbing on the Atlantic Coast of Cornwall (inc. Tintagel, Pentire, and Carn Gowla).