/ Bouldering Lincolnshire

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Shaunhaynes99 17 Jun 2019

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?

Sir Chasm 17 Jun 2019
In reply to Shaunhaynes99:

Pleasley Vale.

Shaunhaynes99 17 Jun 2019
In reply to Sir Chasm:

Thanks  I'll have look 

n-stacey 18 Jun 2019
In reply to Sir Chasm:

When did the move Pleasley Vale from Nottinghamshire to Lincolnshire?

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DerwentDiluted 18 Jun 2019
In reply to Shaunhaynes99:

Not much bouldering, white water rafting a better choice?

Sir Chasm 18 Jun 2019
In reply to n-stacey:

> 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.

marsbar 18 Jun 2019
In reply to Shaunhaynes99:

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.  

marsbar 18 Jun 2019
In reply to DerwentDiluted:

You need drops for white water.  

Flood water rafting quite possibly.

Eric9Points 18 Jun 2019
In reply to marsbar:

Aren't there any canyons in Lincolnshire?

marsbar 18 Jun 2019
In reply to Eric9Points:

There's a few gravel pits.  

Offwidth 18 Jun 2019
In reply to Shaunhaynes99:

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.

Shaunhaynes99 19 Jun 2019
In reply to marsbar:

Its not a climbing specific holiday just thought while I was up there if I could get out somewhere 

marsbar 19 Jun 2019
In reply to Shaunhaynes99:

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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