A huge new book covering the superb climbing in the south west of England. This is a full Rockfax book, with lavish colour illustrations and some amazing photo-topos. Although a selected guide, it contains many routes on lesser-known crags giving comprehensive coverage for all climbers wanting to visit this great holiday area.Areas CoveredAvon and Somerset, North Devon, The Culm, Atlantic Coast, Inland Cornwall, West Penwith, The Lizard, Inland Devon, Torbay, Dorset.This is a very popular and vast area and one which Rockfax users have been requesting for many years. Brings together 7 other guidebooks into one cover. Highlights a number of great crags that have never been popular due to low-star count in the BMC guides, and not featuring in the selected guide. The book covers around 800 of the West Country's most popular and highest calibre climbs, which span the full spectrum of climbing styles and grades; from committing multi-pitch sea cliff routes, to easy-going inland sport climbs.
Deep Water is the first guidebook dedicated to documenting the major Deep Water Soloing areas around the world. Mike Robertson, was one of the first climbers to ditch the rope and security of standard protection and rely upon the safety-net of the sea. Mike has travelled far and wide, developing new routes and climbing old sea cliff lines in the Deep Water Solo style, and has published many articles and photographs in climbing magazines worldwide.
This 2012 edition of the Dorset Rockfax features Portland, Swanage and Lulworth, covering all the sport routes in these areas, and also the bulk of the quality trad climbing at Swanage and Lulworth. This amazing area has gone from a backwater 30 years ago to being one of the most popular sport climbing areas in the country.
This is Rockfax's first full guide to North Wales Slate and covers the amazing quarries near Llanberis famous for their technical run-out slabs and, more recently, for the wealth of sport climbing. It is also famous for the bizarre and spectacular rock formations that give a unique climbing environment.
A dedicated Guide book to the awsome limestone climbing to be found in the Peak District. This 2012 edition of Peak Limestone covers all the best limestone crags from Stoney in the north down to High Tor in the south.
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