Winter Climbs in the Caringorms, Scotland. Creag Meagaidh, Lochnagar and Braeriach, known for their adventure and quality of experience. An extremely practical book highlighting the best winter climbing routes in the Cairngorms, on Creag Meagaidh, Lochnagar and Braeriach. Covering a wide range of grades, lengths and styles, from simple, beginner and basic to very difficult and downright scary! Scottish winter climbing is world renowned for its adventure and quality of experience. A definite must read/ have for anyone visiting the area.
A fully researched and rewritten full colour guidebook to this most hallowed of cliffs. Instead of the usual Historical, the extended Ascents Anthology has been expanded further with historical commentary by the author and numerous quotes and opinions on the routes from a number of Cloggy enthusiasts.
This book covers a large area west of Snowdon, including Llechog, Castell Cidwm, Craig y Bera, Cwm Silyn, Cwm Pennant, and Moel Hebog. Climbs range from Diffs that can be climbed in boots and take you to summit ridges to the more recent mega-routes of Pat Littlejohn and others on Cidwm and Craig y Bera.
Once regarded as one of the most important cliffs in North Wales, Lliwedd has in more recent times languished well down the list of “must visit” crags. However a wave of exploration in the 1990s not repeated since the early part of the 20th Century now means that the cliff can boast modern climbs up to E4. The early history of climbing on Lliwedd is inextricably linked with some of the best climbers of their age (The Abraham brothers, Mallory,Winthrop Young) and with the early history of the Climbers’ Club.
The sea cliffs of the Lleyn Peninsula provides some of the most adventurous climbing in North Wales. Some of the descents are said to be more gripping than the climbs themselves! Routes such as Vulture and Path to Rome at Cilan Head have long been recognised as classic adventure routes.
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.
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.
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.