Tag: climbing

Peak District: A classic

What can I say? Grit, limestone, sport, trad, nice walks… it has it all. So many areas to explore and play with! The Roaches, Windgather, Froggatt, Lawrencefield, Burbage North, hmm… what to choose? And if you are thinking of putting on your walking boots for this cracking area, don’t be […]

Isle of Skye

What about bagging a few Munroes? Are you up for the challenge? Walking peaks, classic mountaineering routes and harder climbs are close at hand and with nearly 700 miles of coast line, this is one not to be missed. The island hosts a wide variety of climbs that compliment the […]

North Devon

Devon has hundreds of fantastic trad routes and bouldering of all grades and styles, on a variety of rock types in great locations. Devon caters for all climbing tastes and experience levels, from long adventurous routes on remote sea cliffs to bouldering on granite tors, and everything in between. Walks […]

Pembrokeshire

This meet is suited to advanced climbers, so if abseiling, multi-pitch and sea cliff climbing is your jam and you know the ropes, get on board. It’s not all about climbing, though, of course – it’s a very pleasant area to visit for lovely walks by the beach or along […]

2022 Bleau Back

Author: Nick K The last couple of years have put so much on hold that the new normal has shaken off a lot of the old normal so much that certain traditions (ironing 5 shirts of a Sunday night and shaving every day) have somewhat fallen by the wayside.  The […]

Social Climb & New Members Welcome: Bowles Rocks

Bowles Rocks is one of the more popular Southern Sandstone outcrops of southeast England, a soft sandstone of Cretaceous age near Tunbridge Wells. It is deservedly popular as it is a great spot for people of all ages and abilities to climb, with convenient onsite facilities and parking. Experienced climbers […]