/ Bouldering Lincolnshire
Any there outdoor bouldering spots near Boston Lincolnshire, going up there on holiday with mrs and dog and a day out with picnic lunch and bouldering seem like a good way to spend the day?
Thanks I'll have look
When did the move Pleasley Vale from Nottinghamshire to Lincolnshire?
Not much bouldering, white water rafting a better choice?
> When did the move Pleasley Vale from Nottinghamshire to Lincolnshire?
It's about the best/closest to Boston. And it's better than your suggestion.
Sorry to be rude but that's an odd choice for a holiday.
Boston is surrounded by either flat fields in all directions for miles or the sea. Not in a sea cliff way.
I really can't think of anything nearby except indoors at Peterborough or Lincoln, neither of which is particularly near.
You need drops for white water.
Flood water rafting quite possibly.
Aren't there any canyons in Lincolnshire?
There's a few gravel pits.
The UKC logbook search shows how poor the choice is. 80km radiuss before you start hitting worthwhile venues. That's a 3 hour plus roundtrip in a car.
Its not a climbing specific holiday just thought while I was up there if I could get out somewhere
Oh that's good then!
Plenty of long walks for the dog.
One place I want to go but I haven't had chance is the bubble car museum.
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