Every climber must visit this place at least once in their lifetime and this guide easily matches the quality of the climbing to be had – a brilliant effort by all involved.
A fantastic, well researched and beautifully illustrated guidebook to the unique granite playground of Lundy Island, situated in the Bristol Channel, has just been published in the Climbers’ Club new size and style format. Authored by Paul Harrison, with major contributions from Simon Cardy and Neil Dickson, just under 1000 climbs are now described, an increase of over 200 on the previous edition.
For general information about the island, see http://www.lundyisland.co.uk
For information on booking accommodation, see http://www.landmarktrust.org.uk
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01 May 2008
125mm x 180mm
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The Climbers' Club was founded in 1898 and is a national club, which aims to encourage climbing and to promote the interests of mountaineers and the mountain environment. The CC produces guidebooks to climbing areas in the South of England and Wales.