/ V8s and 9s in the peaks
Im just wondering if anyone could point me in the direction of some good V8, V8+ and V9s in the peak district? Suggestions of the best areas to would be much appreciated to as have 3 days there next week and dont really know the place that well. Bin to Stanage plantation a couple of times and its sweet! (I know Brad Pitt before its mentioned!)
Cheers for your time,
That's just being pedantic for no reason.
In 3 days I'd buy a copy of the bouldering guide then go for:
Stanage Plantation: Storm, Deliverance, Brad Pit, Brass Monkeys. I'd also head over to the buckstone dyno.
Burbage Valley: West Side Story, Blind Date, Desparete, Alliance Sit, Famous Grouse, Piss, Made in Sheffield
Cratcliffe + Robin Hood Stride + Rowtor + Stanton Area: T-Crack, Jerry's Traverse, Big Al Qaeda, My Apple, Spare Rib
Heres a few from the classy side of the Peak,
Roaches- Tetris, Columns, ready brek
Ramshaw- Monologue, Dialogue, Ramair
Not true, the bmc guides use V grades, each to their own.
You are being an arse ;)
Wimberry - Fish Arete SDS, Stateside, Dark Matter
Gardoms - Suavito, Soft on the G
Hannibal looks like it climbs awesomly, Tom's Cave Stoney Middleton. Be warned though, it is 3 feet from a noisy road; and its ugly as sin. This factor doesn't stop many cave addicts mind!
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