Rylstone – new additions Two areas of this long edge recently developed by Dave Musgrove and friends. Well worth the walk!
A great little limestone crag on the flanks of Ingleborough. The rock is like Malham’s finest (not the rubbish on the bolt routes but the good ones on the wings).
PDF now online
Some great looking additions from Kim and Will Buck. We will add a mini-topo in due course but to be going on with Kim reports: “The crag was really well covered by Malcolm Townsley in the new Yorkshire Grit Guide Volume 1 – all the numbers relate to that. The little blocks on the left … More High Crag (Stump Cross)
Worth checking out if you like your problems less than overhanging and high. This area has been climbed on for years but now documented.
Some good additions from Dave Musgrove & Co especially at Lords Seat. Dave says they are well worth the walk and at amenable grades.
A new problem added to this steady circuit by the Norvills.
An updated guide to this summer spot. Great for a bit of shade and some quick hits. Note the Project Alert at Earl Seat Main Crag for the strong and brave among you!!
Although highlights appear in the YG guide West Chevin provides a useful dry weather hit for Leeds based boulderers looking for shelter from the wind or sun. A full script has been included for those elves that love being in the woods.
Small but conveniently placed. Try an evening bouldering and a pint in Appletreewick.