The definitive Dartmoor guide from the Climbers Club is packed with tongue-in-cheek Devonian wit and banter plus some 600 routes and 1200 boulder problems with full photo-topos. These are partnered with stunning action shots showcasing this unique and fantastic area at its finest.
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Pembroke Rock showcases over 1,050 climbs on the stunning cliffs of the South and North Pembrokeshire coasts. Produced by the definitive authority on Pembrokeshire guidebooks, Climbers' Club Guides, it is the second in the Wired series and the first Wired Guide to be published by The Climbers' Club. Every crag can be referenced from an area and a local map which together with the clear photo diagrams ensure...
A lavishly illustrated, definitive guidebook to the Avon Gorge from the Climbers Club. It reflects the unique situation of a major crag in the centre of a university city and does full justice to its historical significance as well as taking full account of the major restoration work carried out by the Climb Bristol team over recent years. It also includes the crags on the west side of the gorge for the fir...
VOLUME II – Devon, Cornwall and the Granite Isles
Volume 2, covers the Granite of West Penwith, Dartmoor, the Channel Islands and Lundy – the guide also covers the North Cornish and North Devon coasts. Written by Pat Littlejohn with ‘a little help from his friends’ this new guide describes some of the most adventurous climbing to be found in the British Isles and together with its counterpart, South West...
This is the only guide that covers all the climbs on the Isle of Portland and at Lulworth Cove. Whether it's a sport climb, a trad route, a deep water solo, or a boulder problem, you'll find it here. The bulk of the guide covers sport climbing, and interspersed between the sport climbs are a number of deep water solos. The traditionally protected routes are included in topo format for the first time too. An...
Publication of early development at Huntsham Crag and Near Hearkening Rock in the 1999 Symonds Yat guide led promptly to an explosion of exploration of the numerous sandstone outcrops and boulders throughout the northern sector of the Forest of Dean. This new 2006 guide describes the many hundreds of short climbs and bouldering routes of between 5 and 12 metres on natural sandstone that in places attains to...
A useful, practical and comprehensive illustrated guide to climbing in the Lower Wye Valley, produced by The Climbers’ Club.
This volume includes only the five major Lower Wye crags between Chepstow and Tintern. Though labelled Volume One, this is the second to be published (Nov 2007) of a new series of three books covering the whole of the Wye Valley and the Forest of Dean. "The Sandstone Outcrops of t...
Southern Sandstonecovers the big three outcrops in the area, Bowles, Harrison's and Stone Farm plus many other less popular and therefore less worn craggs. Includes informative colour photographs, diagrams showing the climbing routes and also the layout of the rocks. Also includes location maps, to help drivers of cyclists get to the crags. There is also some information on chalk and sea cliff climbing.