Please keep to the country code when out and about and be careful to check the Natural England Open Access Maps (there are links on this site) and the BMC RAD https://www.thebmc.co.uk/modules/RAD/ . In particular there is often a total ban on dogs from parts of grouse moors even where notices are not found at … More Sensitive Times
Its great that we can all (under certain restrictions) get out bouldering again. However, please be aware that there are ongoing sensitivities and you will find that some locations have closed access paths/roads and that places where the blocks or parking are close to buildings may not welcome you. For the long-term access to those … More Opening Up
There has been a lot of activity at West Chevin in the last week or so so an update has been provided. The area has gradually gained a number of devotees and provides sheltered problems on some very good rock that cleans up quickly. West Chevin 2020
A request to climbers to please avoid Gate House Crag at the moment. There was a report from Sunday 17th May 2020 of a climber being energetically asked to leave when they arrived at the parking spot. A “Go Home” sign has been erected at the parking. The parking, approach, and the majority of the … More Gate House Crag: access denied
The topo has been updated following James Turnbull’s very quick ascent of the low sloper traverse project. James says 7b+. Quite technical and slappy – it looks great fun.