/ Yorkshire Gritstone Volume 2 ?
just wondered if any body knows when Yorkshire Gritstone Volume 2 is going to be released ?
hope its out soon : )
When it has served its time and maybe earlier with good behaviour.
Should be out in time for crimbo.
Not this one though.
when they've finished putting in my route 'Grindleys Senile Bull' Perhaps they're having trouble repeating it
The comment made at the Yorkshire Area meeting on Monday was a plan to have it published before Christmas 2014.
It is looking wonderfully good already, even at draft stage. This is an impressively run and hugely complex project with a stonking product at the half-way point. The team should be thanked with many a free pint even if, being set in yorkshire, they might not always materialise. Must be up with the greatest value for money guides ever?
After all you've said about my routes, Andy, and as I'll be doing the proof reading, don't expect too many stars!
Does anybody know what crags will be included?
Thanks for that shame its not for this crimbo : )
Broadly left of a nw to se line. Obviously all those not in the other guide. Highlights include Rhylstone, Crookrise, Eastby, Earl, Widdop (inc bouldering in the area), Heptonstall, Bridestones, Huddersfield bits, Woodhouse Scar and Halifax bits, Shipley/Baildon, Ilkley.
I was meant to be getting it for my birthday (last April) could you try really hard for next Christmas, but with an absolute deadline my 45th.
PS Whilst obviously I look like I'm only 21, I'm currently 43.
I'm looking for a chagrine smiley Dave.....
My views have changed since I actually started doing more again!
And I'm not just saying that to get my new mega-route in heppy in the book...honest
Believe it or not I did consider doing your route a couple of months ago but decided on a mega-grovel across the traverse of Strange Brew instead. That probably says more about my warped sense of climbing enjoyment than the quality of your route. I'm not sure who has done the write-up for Heppy yet but I'll try to maintain my professional, unbiased, judgement when I read the script:)
Thanks. May well be worth a purchase.
I make no great claims for it but the climbing's q good and it does provide the easiiest 'line' up this bit of the quarry. very traditional!
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