This third edition is the first volume of a two-volume set to North Wales: The Mountain Crags. The bouldering scene in North Wales is now more vibrant and energised than it has ever been. Each year exciting new crags are revealed and the development of existing crags is greatly expanded.
From the Brecon Beacons through The Valleys and onto the Coast by Matt Woodfield, Alan Rosier, Roy Thomas and Tim Hoddy - This guide contains 1500 of the best routes in South Wales. With Limestone escarpments overlooking the mountains, hidden Sandstone quarries for your first steps climbing outside or projecting hard classics, and sea cliffs offering either a big adventure or pleasant day out, it’s hard to beat the variety of climbing on offer.
With a variety of crags and easy access all this is possible in the Peak area. The main attractions are the extensive gritstone crags that stretch from Wimberry in the northwest, through the eastern edges and the central grit crags, and on to Staffordshire.
This is the twenty-first UK climbing guide either written, compiled or edited by Gary Gibson. Each copy is signed by the author. This is an up to date topo guide to Harpur Hill in Derbyshire with 333 routes and twenty two topos. The publication includes an original line drawing of Papacy Buttress by Malc Baxter and was designed by Tim Hoddy.
Wye Valley Sport is the long awaited guidebook to the wealth of sport climbing in the Lower Wye Valley.
A Climbers’ Club guide to Moelwynion, Cwm Lledr, Cwm Teigl, The Migneint and Town Crags around Blaenau Ffestiniog & Tanygrisiau. A comprehensive guide to rock climbing on the cliffs and crags surrounding Blaenau Ffestiniog and Dolwyddelan, this new guidebook showcases an often overlooked area of Snowdonia.
The areas first comprehensive bouldering guide - Covering Bristol, Costa del Severn, Mendips, Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and The Cotswolds.
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