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
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.
Come on weather! Give us one last throw of the dice. I can’t believe that this solitary offering is really the last that 2018 is going to give us.
The tree-decking wasn’t us but it did give us a chuckle. It could only happen in Yorkshire. Simon’s Seat and Lord’s Seat were still in peak condition despite the heavens opening (and staying open for some much of the week). Both spots just keep giving to those who are willing to brave the walk, the … More Joy of the Season to All!
White Crag, Rombold’s Moor Another addition to our stable of mini-guides to White Crag – there are now four at this convenient crag for the Wharfedale / Airedale population. This guide also includes details of the disused quarries just beyond.
Two more good venues on the Airedale side of Ilkley Moor. 27 problems and a couple of projects left to go at. There is also some mysterious pre-history surrounding Kirk Stones – see the topo for links. Click the link to go to the main page: Kirk Stones and North Stones Picture: Richard Allen on Hadouken! 6a, … More Kirk Stones and North Stones
Lanzarote South A new mini-guide to three areas near Playa Blanca. There is lots more to discover. For those with more time and perhaps based further north, there is some excellent bouldering North East of Arrecife, near Guatiza – see details on UK Climbing (https://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/crag.php?id=18854).
There are those crags that hang about in the back of your mind – there are things do there, perhaps even exciting possibilities, but there isn’t any real rush. Funny little Harecroft crag is very much that type of place. I turned down a trip to the Lakes to save my poorly arm. I promised myself … More Harecroft finished up
Some really obscure stuff between Cullingworth, Harden and Wilsden. Following a tip off about a hidden crag from Steve Wilson and Jay Russell, these problems were found and climbed on a winter evening just before it fell dark. The main quarry is further left; it is best approached via a walled track off the road. Harecroft