/ Western peak midge free bouldering
they'll be about as midge free as stanage or burbage...
Unless there's a breeze, I'd go do some polished limestone nonsense, or just go to the pub instead.
Have a look at the excellent Over the Moors....
> Have a look at the excellent Over the Moors....
What an impressively misguided post. Anywhere near any moors will be horrendous unless there's a breeze (or it's raining), since the bastards live in the peat bogs.
Blackstone Edge just about scrapes into the peak district - I've been bouldering up there a lot recently. There's usually a decent breeze which keeps the midges away.
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