/ 7aMax Scottish Sport Climbing Guide
Confused at Kirrie? Mystified at Moy? Afraid of Arbroath?
No Longer! A dedicated sport climbing guide for Scotland is finally here!
7aMax Scottish Sport : A Selected Guide covers the best sport areas the country has to offer, with detailed descriptions of routes up to 7a+ (Dont worry, the hardest routes are also on the topos!)
116 full colour topos
Over 50 maps
14 previously unpubished crags
Multilingual introduction and keys
7aMax is a user-friendly guide to let you make the most of your weekend.
For more information, and sample pages, visit http://www.7amax.co.uk
The book will be available online and in outdoor retailers from Mid Novermber, and is available to pre-order now! RRP only £14.99
Creag nan Clag; Brin Rock ; Moy Rock; Silver Rock ; Creag Bheag ; Torboll Crag ; Creag an Amalaidh ; Goat Crag ; Kuhjo/Clown Slab ; Creag nan Luch ; Grass Crag ; Creag nan Cadhag ; Creag na Oisean ; Creag nan Ord
Glen Ogle; Stronachlachlar ; Inversnaid ; Ardvorlich ; Weem ; Dunira ; Strathyre ; Bennybeg ; Dunkeld ; Rockdust ;
Angus and Northeast:
Cambus OíMay ; Boltsheugh ; Ley Quarry ; Kirriemuir ; Balmashanner ; Robís Reed ; Legaston ; Elephant Rock ; Arbroath
North Berwick; Dunglas ; Blantyre Towers ; Dunbar
Facebook page now up at
Are you planning vol 2: "7b min"?
7aMax Scottish Sport is now back from the printers and available to order from the website, and will be stocked in all good outdoor retailers within a week or so!
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