The valley has immensely varied Trad climbing of outstanding quality across the full spread of grades; there is something here for everyone, from Mod to E8 and from short single pitches to all day multi-pitch adventures. Down near the valley floor “roadside” crags offer superb convenience climbing, of these Raven Crag Buttress is the stand-out crag where amazing Severes such as Original Route and Revelation share space with the desperates of Trilogy Wall. A little higher White Ghyll slashes down the fellside, its west facing side forms an outstanding and intimidating crag which retains its atmosphere even when in full sun; there are a couple of easier routes but the bulk of the climbing is in the VS to E3 range with a particularly fine collection at E1 – E2.
The most comprehensive guide to bouldering in the Peak District ever published - This guide features over 3,300 boulder problems on over 70 crags, both major and minor all around the Peak District, catering for boulderers of all abilities.
The new edition of Lake District Rock covers the best that Lakeland has to offer the climber, it is the book of choice for visiting climbers. Published under the Wired brand by the FRCC this guidebook is the first of an exciting new series that will cover the whole of the United Kingdom.
This is the definitive rock climbing guidebook describing the gritstone routes and bouldering around Ilkley and Widdop in southwestern Yorkshire (to the west of Leeds). The guidebook covers over 75 gritstone crags including Ilkley, Barden Moor, Widdop and Calderdale, Earl Crag and Hawkcliffe, Shipley Glen and Baildon Bank, Woodhouse Scar and the Kirklees crags of Pen-y-ghent and Sharphaw.
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