Tidal Reach: Bouldering at St BeesVideo

© Sam Horton

Sam Horton has sent in an atmospheric video showcasing some classic bouldering at St Bees in the Lake District. Although the Lake District might conjure up thoughts of rolling hills and greenery rather than dolphins and sandstone, St Bees offers an alternative - seaside - Lake District experience.

We think Sam has captured the essence of the place very well in this video, which he made for a college project.

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21 Jun, 2016
Nicely done.
22 Jun, 2016
Beautifully shot mate, some nice camera movements on various bouldering sequences! keep it up
22 Jun, 2016
Really excellent film, loved it
22 Jun, 2016
Really good film, enjoyed it a lot. Not sure about St Bees being in the Lake District though :-)
22 Jun, 2016
Agreed nice little vid. Rock looks excellent. Wasn't St Bees somewhere pioneered by Mick Fowler climbed many years ago?
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