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5 Copies of Over The Moors To Win Winners

© Dan Lane
The winners of this competition are:

Tom Bloxham from Manchester, Stephen Barby from Holmfirth, Rob The Juggler, Climbing Pixie and Raelene Cowie from Sheffield.

See the thread for the answers.


The BMC have just published another great guidebook, Over The Moors, covering the climbing on Kinder, Bleaklow and the Chew Valley.

We have five copies of Over The Moors to win.

All you have to do is look at the photos below and name any three of the crags featured. Put your answers in the form below.

Over The Moors Comp 1  © Dan Lane
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Over The Moors Comp 2
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Over The Moors Comp 3
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Over The Moors Comp 4
© Ian Carr
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© Ian Carr
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Over The Moors Comp 6
© Martin Kocsis
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Over The Moors Comp 9
© Neil 'The Captain' McAdie

Closing date for entries is 1st July 2012.

Entrants must have a UK address.

This competition is only open to registered users at UKClimbing.com and UKHillwalking.com

This competition has now closed.

Over The Moors, the new BMC guidebook to Kinder, Bleaklow and Chew Valley

BMC Over The Moors The upland gritstone crags that ring the mighty moorlands of Kinder, Bleaklow and the Chew Valley are some of the most noble outcrops in the land. Where jagged adventures, breathtaking scenery and sublime routes meet to give the wildest climbing on gritstone. And all within a few miles of the big northern cities.

The guide has been written by some of the most active locals in all its areas and now you can tap into their special knowledge. No stone has been left unturned in the obsessive drive for top-quality information for this guide. Definitive coverage of almost 4,000 routes from Moderate to E8.

It's all here. Yawning edges to while away perfect summer days, century-old chop routes, deep green chimneys. Crashed bombers, purple heather-clad hillsides, the cry of the curlew. It hardly seems right that such remoteness can be so close to the traffic jams of Manchester and Sheffield.

This guide details all the crags from the Chew, Kinder and Bleaklow areas in one volume. Coverage stretches to the Glossop and New Mills areas with their numerous quarries and secret outcrops as well as to the Saddleworth and Oldham areas.

See the BMC shop for a free sample chapter and to buy the book online. To order by phone, call the BMC Membership Services Team on 0161 445 6111.

Featuring:

  • 624 pages of full colour moorland joy
  • 3,800 routes from Mod to E9
  • 200 boulder problems from V0 to V10
  • 90 full-colour action shots
  • BMC Member price - £22.50
  • Non-member price - £25.00


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13 Jun, 2012
READ THE QUESTION As I'm wearing my official hat here, I have removed the work 'fu@king' from that advice :-)
13 Jun, 2012
I listed all of them just to prove I am a damn clever dickie. Does that mean my entry will be void? ;-( Chris
13 Jun, 2012
We'll let you off with that Chris, i was more thinking of the other end of the spectrum. And who knows, you might even win three books, as opposed to some entrants, who might just win a third of a book.
13 Jun, 2012
Don't help them. If they can't read properly it gives me a better chance of winning... ... or is it me that can't read?
13 Jun, 2012
You don't stand a cance of winninh ha ha ha. If the above line has disheartened you, then yes, you can read. If it's no odds to you then no, you can't.
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