/ Buildering around London

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as646 on 30 Jan 2013
I'm getting a bit sick of climbing at walls, and seeing how the only place to climb near London that doesn't take hours on a train seems to be constantly soaking wet, I was wondering if buildering was a viable alternative?

I've seen quite a few places around London that look like they would be great to climb, and I also stumbled upon this "guide" to buildering around the city: https://maps.google.co.uk/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=103752880450485954674.00000112517cd26aa5348

Do any of you partake in it? Also, how likely are you to get arrested, provided you go about it in a (somewhat) smart way, eg early in the morning or late at night, in somewhat secluded areas, etc
mkean - on 30 Jan 2013
In reply to as646:
British Transport police won't like you playing on stations.

Not that I'd ever do anything that silly ;-)
Owen W-G - on 30 Jan 2013
In reply to as646:

Shoreditch park boulder is worth a visit
As is Harrisons on a good day
Cú Chullain - on 30 Jan 2013
The limestone church at the bottom of Kensignton Church Street is not bad for a bit of traversing.

mkean - on 30 Jan 2013
In reply to as646:
Also when the weather improves Fairlop is worth a visit:

http://www.rockworks.co.uk/gallery/portfolio/46/
Oceanrower - on 30 Jan 2013
In reply to mkean: hmm. The MI6 overhang might not be a great idea..........
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Bruce Hooker - on 30 Jan 2013
In reply to as646:

The Albert Memorial was always a good one, at night with ropes.

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