On the South Western edge of Ilkley Moor and not far from Silsden. Not on Access Land but a nice little local venue. The topo is live at the following location: https://unknownstones.com/robin-hoods-stone/
Wig Stones There are a host of good newly recorded problems up at Wig Stones. The crag is high up on the moor above Grimwith Reservoir but the good walk makes for a decent warm up. Please click the link above for the page and the topo.
Enough for a session or two and the setting is beautiful. A couple of projects are still left to go at. There is a topo at the link below: Rabbit House Slab A video of Too Fast 6b, the East face traverse, can be watched here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HePuosNqLCY
Dan MG has been doing some cleaning at Panorama Rocks in Ilkley and has discovered some mint looking highball lines. It Sounded Better In French 6B Reach out across the short roof and jump to a good hold above the lip. One stiff pull out right leads to steadier ground. Just right of the higher … More New Highballs at Panorama Woods, Ilkley
https://unknownstones.com/the-wild-west/embsay-crag/ Just in time for the Christmas break – hopefully the weather will let us play out. There is lots of bouldering across the grade spread including a 7b traverse. The guide is a bit of a monster at 21 pages (the trad routes are also included). This will not be the final version.
The old topo has been updated – 11 problems now listed. Click the link below for the little guide: https://unknownstones.com/neb-stone/
https://unknownstones.com/white-crag-low-boulders/ The disused quarry just up the path from White Crag has been updated. ‘Fan Crack Sit’ and the newly discovered ‘Jack’s War’ are both class. There might be some potential for some harder stuff on the impending walls of Fan Crack…
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/
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/
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.