As a New Year present we’ve updated the Ilkley High Crag Topo. We’ve been meaning to do this for a while as its a good little venue and can be combined with other nearby locations. It is mostly north facing so does need a few dry days. Ilkley High Crag Dec 2020
On the South Western edge of Ilkley Moor and not far from Silsden. Not on Access Land but a nice little local venue. The topo is live at the following location: https://unknownstones.com/robin-hoods-stone/
A seaside bouldering location south of Dumfries in the very south of Scotland. The guide documents new and old problems and has been produced by our own Pete Jackson – now resident in the area. The sandy landings look very attractive! Sandyhills Final V1
The Police Wall – A new little wall developed by Helen Burns, Lindsay McMorran and ably supported by Sarah Sharps has been added to the script.
There are updates to the problems at Atlantis Buttress – Central Area 4 The Central Area There is a good new problem on the Small Roof at the Car Park Boulders from John Powell 1 Car Park Boulders Brimham
The traverse project on Cuckoo Slab (actually a bulging wall) – Flying Into Bloods was done yesterday by Neil McCallum at a pumpy 7b. He suggests all 3 of the traverses on this block to be worth 3 stars.
Thruscross! – You may have heard stories of folk wandering lost and jungle-bound. Bracken as high as your shoulders and unfathomable approaches. The lovely ancient oak woodland location meant Thruscross used to be a regular hit on the circuit with additions by some of the area’s top boulderers. However, once the easy access by the … More Thruscross
Following some activity on this remote but excellent crag we’ve again updated the topo guide. It is a long walk but never heard anyone say it wasn’t worth it……
Activity continues at West Chevin with a number of problems being added. It seems that people have discovered that good rock hides underneath the woodland canopy and the proximity to Leeds provides shady outings on warm days. Make sure you include the lower edge – both left and right on any visit. West Chevin 2020
Wig Stones There are a host of good newly recorded problems up at Wig Stones. The crag is high up on the moor above Grimwith Reservoir but the good walk makes for a decent warm up. Please click the link above for the page and the topo.