John Hunt has recently added a couple of sitter/extensions to problems on the Cuckoo Block.
A (hopefully) comprehensive guide to the bouldering along the edge from Ilkley to Addingham. The guide covers lots of previously described areas but also some rediscovered and new ones. With something of this scale there’s bound to be some errors so, if you spot any, or you disagree with grades, then please let us know. … More Ilkley – Addingham High Moor
The lovely little venue of Rivock Edge has been updated. Please visit the page for the revised guide:
A number of limestone walls and blocks set in a fine positions with magnificent views of The Lakes, Lancs and the Yorkshire Peaks. Lots of very steady problems and a few tougher ones make this a fun area. Nothing of great height (apart from the main wall at Tow Scar) but sufficient to entertain. The … More Kingsdale Bouldering
The Guisecliff page now includes a very comprehensive update from Steve Phelps. Its amazing just how much climbing is to be found above and below the crag.
Kudos to a team of intrepid brushers from the Leeds Mountaineering Club who have brought into life a fine new area at Ruin Bank Woods, just 5 minutes from the car in the bustling Aire Valley. You can find the guide for the area on the Ruin Bank Woods page of the Airedale section. There … More Ruin Bank Woods: The Far East
Unknown Stones’ first incursion into the territory of the Peakies. Ryan Rogerson and Jeff Hope have been busy at these lovely looking boulders – check them out in the South section.
There’s been lots of activity at Ruin Bank Woods lately, including the addition of a new problem: Wayfinder. The guide has been updated.
There has been re-awakened interest in the previously seldom visited but excellent boulders in the Everest/Khumbu Sectors where good rock and strong lines have provided local climbers Dave Sutcliffe and Neil McCallum with some rewarding FAs. These are in addition to the fine solution to some ‘last great problems’ in recent times by Tom Newman … More Crookrise Development
A new block has been developed at St Ives. It’s about 4 or 5m tall at its highest point and so far has 4 nice lines between 6A and 6B+. There’s more to do but it will need a bit of brushing – feel free to join in! More info available in the St Ives … More St Ives: Amphitheatre Buttress