/ New Fairhead guidebook on sale

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colin struthers - on 10 Jun 2014
I've not seen it in the shops in England yet but, looking at this link,

http://www.mountaineering.ie/aboutus/news/2014/default.aspx?iid=551

it can't be more than a day or two away

yay!
The Pylon King on 10 Jun 2014
In reply to colin struthers:

Wow thats an inspiring front cover!
victim of mathematics - on 10 Jun 2014
In reply to The Pylon King:

Indeed.

Well, it is a very un-photogenic crag...
Frank the Husky - on 10 Jun 2014
In reply to The Pylon King: When I first saw that I thought "WHAT", but then there are so many guidebooks with dreadful front covers (Rockfax is a steady offender: Western Grit, Pembroke, North Wales Climbs etc) that something like this, which takes a few moments for you to work it out is possibly better. By the end of this post I quite like it.

The Pylon King on 10 Jun 2014
In reply to Frank the Husky:

I haven't a clue what the grey bit is supposed to be and although i do like to see a pic on the front cover, i do think it is a really good design. If you then open it up to a stunning DPS title page then its a winner. :)
Steve Crowe - on 10 Jun 2014
In reply to The Pylon King:

Its the coastline and the crag line.
chiz - on 10 Jun 2014
In reply to Steve Crowe:
I thought it was the silhouette of someone swimming butterfly...or a fulmar...
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jvarmstrong - on 20 Jun 2014
In reply to colin struthers:

or available from the great outdoors in Dublin

www.greatoutdoors.ie
ads.ukclimbing.com
Firestarter on 20 Jun 2014
In reply to Frank the Husky:

Also - there can be no complaints that a climber isn't wearing a helmet, thus sparking several threads about 'should they, shouldn't they, would you, have done' etc.

More to the point, the new guide is very very good. It's what's inside that counts?

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