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Amanda Skeldon on Sunset Crack (VS 4c), Froggatt.
Vertebrate Publishing, Mar 2008
© Alex Messenger/Vertebrate Publishing 2008
Peak District Climbing features over 850 of the Peak District's best routes and boulder problems. Over 400 of the best routes from Mod to HVS are included, together with suggestions for good E1s to try. The Peak's best gritstone and limestone crags are covered, including Stanage, Froggatt, The Roaches, Stoney Middleton and Wildcat.
Also featured are the mid-grade sport climbing venues of Horseshoe Quarry and Harpur Hill Quarry – over 50 of the best routes from F5 to F6c+. 350 of the Peak's best gritstone boulder problems up to Font 7a are also included for the keen boulderer.
Additional Features include friendly and informative advice on climbing techniques, sport climbing, multi-pitch climbing and – of course – the obligatory ticklists.
The book is illustrated with clear and easy-to-use photo topos and maps, together with stunning action photography from the country's best rock climbing photographers, including Ian Parnell, Alex Messenger, Pete O'Donovan, David Simmonite, Adam Long, Keith Sharples, Nick Smith and Mike Robertson.
For more information about Peak District Climbing please visit Vertebrate Outdoor.
Peak District Climbing
© Vertebrate Publishing
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