UKC Logbook - Helpful tips

Using the search form

You can quickly search through all our Crags using the form on the left of page. The Search by Climbing Type menu can narrow your search to a single type of climbing - perhaps you are looking for bouldering, or sport climbing. Or you might want to see all Crags near to you, using Search by Location. You can enter just a town name, or a postcode, or indeed a full address. e.g., Main Road, Hathersage, Derbyshire S32 1BB. If you supply a maximum distance as well, a circle will be shown on the map, highlighting Crags within that distance. Finally you can Search by Name, so if you can remember part of the name of the crag you are looking for then a list of the closest matches will be shown.

Using the map

If your web browser supports Google Maps (all modern browsers do), then you can look through the Crags on our map. Use the controls at the top left of the map to zoom in and out, and scroll around. You can also scroll around by dragging the map with your mouse, and zoom in by clicking twice.

Each Crag is shown on the map with a coloured pin - click once to open up a new page with further details. e.g., how to get there, access notes, guidebooks and rock type. The larger the map pin, the more climbs that are listed for that crag.  

If you have Google Earth installed on your computer, then you can also show GE feed UKC Crags in Google Earth.

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