Dow Crag, in the south of the Lake District, is one of the most accessible high-mountain crags in the Lakes. After a thirty year gap, the new, handy pocket-sized guide from FRCC GUIDES comprehensively covers all of the routes on Dow, neighbouring Blind Tarn Crag and, for the first time, records the climbs on the adjacent outcrops.
The Coppermines Valley benefits from selective coverage to help you pick the best climbs and conditions. Beta is top-quality: the familiar FRCC GUIDES format, with detailed area maps, clear photo diagrams, concise descriptions and convenient QR codes is all sumptuously illustrated with stimulating action images.
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.
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 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.
One of three 'Climbers Club' guides to the Wye Valley area - this volume, written by Martin Crocker, describes the short “grit-like” sandstone boulders / cliffs that abound in the area. The 'Forest of Dean' experience is one of soft, leafy and shady surrounds where the heady mix of grit-like solo-bouldering of up to 10m has great appeal particularly for those who can't face or are unwilling to travel the 160 miles or so to the Peak.
The limestone and sandstone crags and quarries described in this guide are scattered over a large area of North, East and South Cumbria outwith the Lake District, and a major attraction is that its climbs may often remain dry when those in the National Park are not.
Lake District Climbs is packed with stunning photography to inspire, and the information documented in the clear and concise format that has made Rockfax the most popular climbing guidebooks in Europe. With nearly 1000 routes on 58 cliffs there is enough climbing described in Lake District Climbs to give the majority of climbers a lifetime of tremendous traditional climbing in a stunning environment.
This book covers the whole of the north east of England running in a north-easterly diagonal line from Yorkshire through the North York Moors and ending in Northumberland. The wide rolling hills, outcrops and quarries of Sandstone and Gritstone that pepper northern England have long been popular with the locals, though visitors are less common, except on the few better known cliffs.
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