Keeper Crack PDF updated to include the James Turnbull’s new problems. Keeper Crack Area_4 Advertisements
Since I seem to have lots of time on my hands atm (shoulder op), I thought it worth spending some of this by pulling the latest details for Yeadon Crag into the PDF. There is still more to do and hope this points the way. PC. Yeadon v.07 Enjoy!
Well, here we are again, my friends. Grit season may not have been officially announced via the only medium that matters (UKBouldering.com), but certain scrittlers have already got a head start with adding new problems to Yorkshire’s pebbles. Here’s a round up of what the young James Turnbull has been up to in the past … More Open Season
Features as a minor location in YG2 but there has been a recent awakening in interest, the addition of a few problems and potential for more. Airedale Section.
Those in the know are aware of what a great little spot is Lower Huller Stones (Nidderdale South Area). Since the YG1 Guide there have been a number of additions and an update seemed a good idea.
A couple of additions to the Pantomime Area at Keeper Crack. A good thuggy roof, a huggy wall and a couple of old toughies. Nice and shady at this time of year. The file has been updated.
Malcolm Townsley has added quite a few problems at the Pock Stones Area and Winhaugh. We’ve added the updated files to those pages. Both places are great if you fancy a hike and some bouldering on the way.
A compact wall of quarried limestone that has had plenty of time to weather. There are a small number of good problems reaching a height of 5m with flat grassy landings. Good for a quick hit. Dibbles Bridge
A fine new development in the Northern Dales thanks to Steven Phelps. Over 100 problems from Font 2 to Font 7a and well worth the effort of getting there. At 640m asl it provides a very viable summer bouldering venue. Cheers for the topo Steve
James Turnbull has sent us an updated topo with some significant additions he has made. Rough Haw North 2 Looking better and better!