A couple of productive weekends at Yeadon Crag. Will Hunt added Power Royale (7A) to the Low Roof – start up Power By The Hour and finish up Battle Royale. Huw Goodall returned to finish off his arm sappingly perverse traverse on the Low Roof – Bounce By The Ounce (7A) takes a sitting start … More New routes falling fast at Yeadon
Done everything at Brimham? An addition to the roof from Theo Moore (Underthing Right) and a highball on the boulder from last year by Paul have been added to the topo.
Check out Twin Towers, Masham Area – couple of great highballs and a very nice warm-up circuit. Thanks to Ben Finley for the mini-guide
A great little boulder/wall not far from Brown Beck and easily combined with a visit there.
Fancy a few quarry highballs and some problems on natural grit thrown in? Check out Halton Heights where Malcolm Townsley has been busy. Close to the road so carrying a few mats shouldn’t be too problematical.
A lovely little compact set of boulders close to Slipstones. Approach from Slipstones parking. high-crags-colsterdale
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
Malcolm Townsley sent us info on a couple of highballs at the right end of the Chicken Heads Wall that he did in 2008 – though one is definitely a route. Since then Paul added another line between them. There has also been a few gaps filled in on various blocks. Repeats of various problems … More Ash Head Xmas Update
Wild bouldering in Yorkshire this ain’t but we need some thing to lift our spirits in the face of the horizontal rain and sky-falling-in grey skies. So far, there is deep water soloing in Croatia, bouldering at El Torcal near El Chorro, a brilliant single bloc near a legend linked lake in Crete and a topo … More Unknown Stones Europe
White Crag, Rombold’s Moor A single boulder of the roughest, silver, grit. It lies well right of the main groups at White Crag and just right of the recent amateur quarrying efforts. It must be assumed that it has been climbed on before but the roughness implies that it has seen little action. Keep a … More White Crag Right