A South Wales Climbing Wiki Supplement covering new trad climbs since the Gower New Developments 2020, inc. Tear's Point, Thurba East Gully, Red Chamber, Black Hole Crag and Holy's Wash Buttress.
North Wales Limestone: The Definitive Guide covers all of the climbing along the North Wales A55 coastal corridor - from Benllech in the west to The Devil's Gorge (near Mold) in the east, including the popular Great and Little Ormes of Llandudno. The book details nearly 1000 sport routes and over 500 trad routes in this varied climbing area, including the nationally significant trad venue of Craig y Forwyn.
Selected climbing guide to Gower Peninsula in South Wales. Photo Topos, inspirational photos, bouldering and a mix of sport routes and trad climbs all in a stunningly beautiful setting.Classic Seacliff Trad Climbs.
North Wales Classics is a pocket-sized guide packs in hundreds of superb routes throughout the mountains of Snowdonia. From Tremadog to Tryfan, and everywhere in between, the book covers mid-grade routes on the best crags and features top-notch photo-topos and inspirational action shots taking you where you want to go.
The diversity of the rock and the climbing styles in North Wales is phenomenal. This guidebook features 8 different rock types and 56 different crags, each with its own character, feel and of course history. Since the bolt-boom of the 1980s and the rebolting efforts of recent years, North Wales now offers fine sport climbing to sit alongside its world-class traditional adventures. And it is these adventures that are the biggest draw to the area.
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.
This book from 2009 covers all the classic routes on the most popular crags of Pembroke. It covers the beautiful slab climbing around St. David’s and all the best crags of Range East and the Lydstep areas, as far as Mother Carey’s Kitchen. The range and variety of routes is enough to keep any climber happy; from those leading moderate grades keen to have a look for the first time, all the way to those who have developed lifelong obsessions for the place!
South Wales Sport Climbs covers the area to the south of the Brecon Beacons, spanning the land and sea cliffs from the River Wye on the Welsh border to Pembrokeshire in the west. The area is home to a wealth of sport climbing on a multitude of venues ranging from small inland quarries to extensive limestone sea cliffs.