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I bet you never knew how much lower grade bouldering there is in the Peak area? Most of us have heard about the hard stuff, but the easier stuff at grades that everyone can climb or aspire to?
When we wrote the Peak Bouldering Rockfax we wanted to produce a book that appealed to everyone by celebrating the easier problems just as much as the hard stuff. To this end we have included over 400 problems at V0 4c or below, and a further 1000 at V2 5c or below. There are also 17 circuits at V0+ 5a or below and a further 21 circuits at V2 5c or below. That's a lot of accessible bouldering!
This isn't to say we haven't covered the hard stuff, in fact there are 2000 more problems in the higher grades up to a lofty V14 8B+! All this is covered in a massive 544 pages and 66 separate crags.
So no matter what grade you climb at, the Peak Bouldering Rockfax will have plenty of great bouldering on offer for you to enjoy.
The Peak Bouldering Rockfax is now available for pre-ordering at a special offer price of £24.95 (RRP £29.95).
Pre-order your copy now to take advantage of this special offer and to ensure that you receive the book as soon as possible after it is published. This will be the fastest way to get hold of a copy of the book, in fact you might even get it before we do since the main delivery goes straight to the warehouse before being moved on to the UKC/Rockfax base in Sheffield.
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