The topo to this little venue has been updated. There is only one new problem but it is quite good. https://unknownstones.com/middleton-woods/ Advertisements
Ever active, Robin Nichols has added the oft tried direct start to Top Cat. Dibbles Bridge
There’s quite a lot of activity going on. Several new blocks developed in the Guisecliff Woods and so we hope to have an update to the existing file pretty soon courtesy of Steven Phelps. Baildon Bank holds more good problems than some would suspect. A comprehensive guide is in preparation by Dan Johnson. We’ve seen … More New Stuff
A cluster of several blocks set high on the moor to the west of Upper Nidderdale that provides a good day for walkers who like to boulder. It is a lovely spot. The rock is good though always likely to need a bit of a brush as there’s not going to be many visits.
Burn Stones are located in a sparsely covered woodland on the south bank of the River Burn in Colsterdale. There’s a fair few boulders dotted along the hillside with the problems making use of the more obvious and cleaner ones. There’s some good technical walls and several steep offerings with the grades mainly in the … More Burn Stones – Masham Area
March has seen some exploration at Crookrise and Crow Crag. Marco Giudice has been particularly active with some very good 7a+ to 7b+ problems plus there’s some slightly easier ones from Steven Phelps and Paul Clarke. Updates on Unknownstones (West and Brimham Project)
Sitting next to the well documented Nought Bank Boulders and spread though the woods below Guisecliff are a mass of blocks. Some problems have been long-known to hold quality problems such as A Little Sparkle 7a, Afromoss 7a+ and the Mop Top problems. Over the years a number of the great and good have beavered … More Guisecliff Bouldering
The little 2015 topo has been fully updated. There is a whole new block – it’s rough and some of them might be found testing. Please hit the link below for the new topo. https://unknownstones.com/naze-nib-end/
This fine venue that is very close to Bingley is open again with some restrictions. It will be fine evening spot once we have some dry weather! Please take note and follow the arrangements.
The return visit to finish the exploration that started in 2015 has been done – where does the time go? Some quality, rough rock, problems will shortly be unveiled. It would be possible to walk in from Beamsley Beacon but the ‘commando approach’ from the A59 parking is great fun.