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South Wales Bouldering

81528

South Wales Bouldering has over 240 pages and 1100 boulder problems and covers the area from the western edges of Pembrokeshire, across the sandstone of the South Wales Valleys, coastal and mountain limestone and across to key venues on the side of the River Wye on the edge of the Forest of Dean.

£25.00 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Clogwyn Du'r Arddu

13251

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.

£15.00 inc. VAT £14.59 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Cwm Silyn & Cwellyn & Eifionydd

13252

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.

£15.00 inc. VAT £14.59 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Llanberis

24919

The guide contains descriptions of the most popular bouldering areas in the Pass written by local bouldering guru Simon Panton, and illustrated by 14 of his own photo topos and a number of action photos.

£25.00 inc. VAT £24.31 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Lleyn

13257

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.

£12.50 inc. VAT £12.16 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Lliwedd

13254

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.

£12.50 inc. VAT £12.16 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Moelwynion

81524

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.

£25.00 inc. VAT £24.31 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Ogwen

13734

A very thorough reassessment of the climbing on the south side of the A5, based around the ever-popular Tryfan and Cwm Idwal areas, including some 140 new routes climbed since the last guide, and many ‘rediscovered’ older climbs. The new routes are at all grades and on both old and new crags.

£25.00 inc. VAT £24.31 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Pembroke North (Vol 1) Cardigan Bay to Milford Haven

42740

Pembroke North – volume 1 – but fourth to appear – covers the area from Ceredigeon in the north (slightly outside the county!) to Milford Haven. The variety and quality of the climbing on offer beautifully compliments the stunning scenery. Traditional climbing remains the main focus with the classic crags, Carey-y-Barcud, Porthclais, and Caerfai rightly taking pride of place, although St David’s Head is now given the prominence it deserves.

£17.50 inc. VAT £17.02 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Pembroke Range East (Vol 3) Stack Rocks to Hollow Caves Bay

31052

From the sombre cliffs and stacks near the Green Bridge of Wales via the imposing Mewsford Point all the way to Hollow Caves Bay this guidebook has it all. The sunny and open Crystal Slabs and Crickmail Point; the serious cliffs of the Stack Rocks area and the Cauldron, the variety of the Castle with routes from VD to E7 and, if you want to get your kit off, there’s even some DWS.

£17.50 inc. VAT £17.02 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Pembroke Range East (Vol 4) Saddle Head to St Govan's

31053

Over 1,000 routes between VD and E10 all within 15 minutes flat walk of the car park, what more could you want? Within its covers this guidebook includes the stupendous cleft of Huntsman’s Leap, the stunning west wall of Stennis Ford and the more amenable Saddle Head and Stennis Head.

£17.50 inc. VAT £17.02 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Pembroke Range East (Vol 5) Stackpole & Lydstep

38172

The new Pembroke Stackpole / Lydstep describes over 1100 routes over a fifteen mile stretch of the Pembrokeshire coastline – idyllic coves separated by picturesque beaches characterise much of the climbing in this area.

£17.50 inc. VAT £17.02 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Pembroke Range West (Vol 2) Milford Haven to Perimeter Bays

43530

Pembroke Range West – volume 2 – is the last in the definitive series (but by Range West devotees is not viewed as the least). As the name suggests it covers the part of Castlemartin Range extending westwards from Stack Rocks car park.

£17.50 inc. VAT £17.02 inc. VAT

Climbers Club South Wales Rock

77211

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.

£30.00 inc. VAT £29.18 inc. VAT

Climbers Club Tremadog

43254

The new definitive Tremadog guidebook is a complete modern revision incorporating a number of new and colourful aids to help climbers select their climbing adventures. All this bringing new life to this important, popular, and exciting area within one of the world’s best traditional climbing venues – Snowdonia.

£25.00 inc. VAT £24.31 inc. VAT

Cockerel Gower New Developments 2018

75289

Gower New Developments 2018, is a South Wales Climbing Wiki Supplement covering climbs since the South Wales Sport Climbs Rockfax (2016) and is written by Tim Hoddy, Roy Thomas and Alan Rosier, and reprinted in June 2020 by Cockerel Books and Up and Under outdoor gear in Cardiff.

£4.00 inc. VAT
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