/ bouldering near whitby?

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streetfighterjeff - on 03 Jun 2013
does anyone know of any good bouldering sites near whitby? just getting into climbing again after a long lay off and it would be good for training. cheers in advance
jeff
bouldery bits - on 03 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff:

http://www.ukclimbing.com/logbook/crag.php?id=10411

y searching using the log book on here.
streetfighterjeff - on 03 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: cheers bouldery, just found it. goint to try and find scugdale. lived in the area for years but never heard of it. not too far from me though loking at google maps
looking forward to getting into it again.
jeff
Tony Simpson - on 03 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff:
Have a look at Betaguides.co.uk as he is the chap that is writing a new bouldering guide for the moors. Lots of places on the coast as well as inland. Scugdale is nice but much better places to visit
luke_rob123 - on 03 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: Clemmits in the woods - not too far from whitby. Good after dry conditions
Tony Simpson - on 03 Jun 2013
In reply to luke_rob123: good call, great venue.
streetfighterjeff - on 04 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: going to have to try and find it. be cool if it's closer to me though, more time training on it.
Dave Perry - on 05 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff:

Robin Hood's Bay also has Ravenscar/stoupe brow and two of the biggest boulders you'll ever find in the North Yorkshire moors area. They are listed on this site somewhere I think.
NorthernGrit - on 05 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff:

Boulby
streetfighterjeff - on 05 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: cool, going to try and find them all. are they iny guide books for routes on bouders, or just climb and have fun?
phleppy on 05 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: The new guide is out maybe summertime. There are new venues very close to whitby, coastal and a bit further inland will be included in it. Climbonline is always worth a look & has details of Bridestones which is fairly close to whitby.

In the meantime check Creek Point out, there's some hard lines to keep you entertained.


http://www.betaguides.co.uk/freedownloads/Creek_Point.pdf


On the same website is another mini topo for a venue in glaisdale here:

http://betaguides.blogspot.co.uk/2011/04/four-in-day.html


On the same site again i would definately check out Stoupe Brow.

http://www.betaguides.co.uk/ravensdale-stoupe-brow.html
streetfighterjeff - on 06 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: cheers guys, really stoked about getting back into it. best thing , the wife has said she fancies a go as well. all good fun.
leegavrob - on 08 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: If you message me I can help you further, lee@betaguides.com, plenty of places to get out, in some amazing surroundings, I'm very close to putting the full guide together, Just one part of a massive venue left.
I will be there sunday, Ingleby Incline, this also holds some good mixed ability bouldering.
Lee
streetfighterjeff - on 09 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: cheers bud, work came in front of boots on sat but would love to have you show me some stuff. like i said been out of it for years, but want get back into it again. hardest i climbed was hvs, great western at almscliffe.( which took me 8 goes to get up) so looking forward to getting fit, and getting back into it.
jeff
streetfighterjeff - on 11 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: just found about another crag/cliif not far from me caleed the doubles. going to check it out on sunday.
stuart1980 - on 16 Jun 2013
In reply to streetfighterjeff: if you fancy some good indoor bouldering try red goat climbing in york

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