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
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.
Below the Trig Point are a number of low and some more substantial blocks. These have undoubtedly been climbed on for many years but never (apart from a couple on UKC) recorded. Nevertheless, there are some pretty good problems, especially the Right Area ones, and many deserve attention, either as an easy circuit in their … More Simon’s Seat Summit
Many thanks to Malcolm Townsley for a new topo that updates and pulls into one place the various natural outcrops on the hillside. We’ve also updated the lower quarry file to include a couple of previously missed lines. Wild West Section
Dan Varian has clearly been busy at Ash Head with a great sounding Sloane Rangers 8a, just right of Dave Sutcliffe’s Drill Press. He’s also added a couple of 7s. I wonder if the wall/blunt rib just right of the classic Chicken Head Rib might go when the cool weather arrives…… ?
A remote but attractive looking set of blocks have been developed by Malcolm Townsley who has sent us a topo. Its in the Wild West section.
We’ve added a file from Malcolm Townsley that documents some older problems that were recorded in the old ACD Rockfax guide plus some new ones to produce a nice wee circuit. Airdale Section.
Walking past this good little crag the other day it seemed a shame that the old Yorkshire Grit topo isn’t still in circulation so its here – in the Wharfedale section . Cheers Jon! BTW the project has been done by Rob Fenton at 7a+
These buttresses are in a private woodland but access may be gained by email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are planning a visit. Only the two buttresses described on UKC can be accessed as the rest of the woodland is off limits and there is a strict no dogs policy. Any of the criteria not met will affect future … More Farrar Wood
Further development in the warm weather of 2018 has opened up a number of possibilities at this crag. Its elevated position and easy access make it a very useful after-work venue or for those that fancy something up on the moors but don’t like to walk too far! Ilkley Buckstones Sept 2018