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Climbers Club Avon and Cheddar: Climbers' Club Guide No Colour

Climbers Club Avon and Cheddar: Climbers' Club Guide No Colour

Seasoned guidebook author Martin Crocker has undertaken the mammoth task of thoroughly revising and updating his 1992 Avon and Cheddar guide. Since the last guide over 500 new routes have been climbed. These include, for example, The Quiet Mind (E7 6a/b),...

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Climbers Club Lower Wye Valley Climbers Club Guide No Colour

Climbers Club Lower Wye Valley Climbers Club Guide No Colour

Though labelled Volume One, this is the second to be published of a new series to the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. The Sandstone Outcrops of the Forest of Dean by Martin Crocker appeared in 2006, and a new Symonds Yat guide, including also the central...

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Climbers Club Ogwen: Climbers Club Guide No Colour

Climbers Club Ogwen: Climbers Club Guide No Colour

A very thorough reassessment of the climbing on the south side of the A5, based around the ever-popular Tryfan and Cwm Idwal areas, including some 140 new routes climbed since the last guide, and many ‘rediscovered’ older climbs. The new routes are...

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Climbers Club Pembroke Rock: 1000 Selected Rock Climbs 1st Edition

Climbers Club Pembroke Rock: 1000 Selected Rock Climbs 1st Edition

Pembroke Rock showcases over 1,050 climbs on the stunning cliffs of the South and North Pembrokeshire coasts. Produced by the definitive authority on Pembrokeshire guidebooks, Climbers' Club Guides, it is the second in the Wired series and the first Wired...

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Climbers Club South West Climbs Volume 1: Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset No Colour

Climbers Club South West Climbs Volume 1: Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset No Colour

Originally, South-West Climbs, published in 1979, was a single-volume publication and was a collaboration between one of the South West's most prolific and important activists, Pat Littlejohn, and one of the most influential of British Publishers, Ken...

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Climbers Club South West Climbs Volume 2: Devon, Cornwall, the Granite Isles No Colour

Climbers Club South West Climbs Volume 2: Devon, Cornwall, the Granite Isles No Colour

Originally, South-West Climbs, published in 1979 by Diadem, was a single-volume publication and was a collaboration between one of the South West's most prolific and important activists, Pat Littlejohn, and one of the most influential of British publishers,...

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Climbers Club Swanage: Climbers' Club Guide 2014

Climbers Club Swanage: Climbers' Club Guide 2014

This guide covers the wealth of climbing around Swanage (Isle of Purbeck) and on the Isle of Wight – written by Scott Titt with an able team of helpers, this is a fully updated edition, the previous one, dating back to the late 90's. The guide is...

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Climbers Club Tremadog No Colour

Climbers Club Tremadog No Colour

The Tremadog area is particularly renowned for its popular ‘rain shadow’ crags cradling the village named after the famous Victorian engineer William Madocks, who built the sea wall that drained the valley floor in 1811. The popularity of these fine...

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Climbers Club Wye Valley Supplement 2012: Climbers' Club Guide No Colour

Climbers Club Wye Valley Supplement 2012: Climbers' Club Guide No Colour

This new supplement from the Climbers' Club attempts to pull together all known or reported developments that have taken place since the publication of the three definitive guides to the Wye Valley area starting back in 2007. Four new crags: Mounton Valley...

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