/ NEW ARTICLE: Millstone - Quarried Grit
"The fact that Millstone has been quarried has left it with less-than-par frictional properties; angular holds and an abundance of cracks, from the thinnest hairline seams to bottomless off-widths. The length of the routes and quality of the rock leaves one with a definite sense of climbing rather than extended bouldering"
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=2791
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