Will buy lots and seal them all in airtight bags. I'll then sneak into wherever I need to sneak into and destroy all the things needed to print it again.
Though I fear modern technology will prevent another Extreme Rock happening...
> I thought Dun Mingulay was the best sea cliff in the world?!
If you are allowed to count the whole of Gogarth as one sea cliff, then you should certainly be able to count almost all the climbing on Pabbay as one sea cliff and that probably beats Dun Mingulay
Just to say that this has just come into stock and looks absolutely superb, with the amount of work required to bring it all together unbelievable - congratulations Mr Farquhar!
I think that Gogarth's claim to be the 'Best' is deeply routed in its long history. That it sat undiscovered only 50 miles from the crucible of 1960's climbing in Llanberis is remarkable, that its early exploration was filled with intrigue and secrecy is fascinating and that its full extent took over a decade to reveal is amazing. In many ways it established the genre of sea cliff climbing as a leading edge in the 1970's. My limited forays onto its White Walls have all been memorable so for me there is no doubt about this book's place next to Black Cliff on my shelf. I have just ordered my indulgence.
Angus Kille has repeated James McHaffie's Craic Yr Meistri (Master's Crack) E9 7a at Nant Peris Quarry in the Llanberis Pass. The line was claimed by James to be a more difficult version of Comes the Dervish and "A North Wales version of Walk of Life",...