Here we have the long awaited, somewhat hard to get hold of climbing/bouldering guide to the sandstone and limestone crags of the North York Moors. A coastal national park in the east of North Yorkshire, famous for the Lyke Wake Walk. The area covered extends from Thirsk to Whitby and from Helmsley to Guisborough. There’s 416 pages of Moorland psych!
North York Moors Features & Specifications:
Major crags covered include:
Swainby: Kepwick, Beacon Scar, Scugdale, Snotterdale.
Cleveland South: Cringle Crag, Cold Moor, The Wainstones, Broughton Bank, Raven’s Scar, Whitehill.
Bilsdale: Earthworks, Tranmire, Lower Cable Stones, Kay West, High Crag, Tarn Hole.
Cleveland North: Ingleby, Turkey Nab, Otterhill Bastion, Park Nab, Captain Cook’s Monument, Roseberry Topping, Slacks Wood, Highcliffe Nab.
Blakey: Thorgill, Rosedale West, Gill Wath, Cumptraph & Bow Legged Buttress, Oak Crag, Duck Crag, Fox Ghyll, Middlehead, Hillhouse Nab, Round Crag, Esklets, Stormy Hall & Brown Hill, Westerdale View.
Eskdale: Camp Hill, Clemmit’s Crag, Freyr’s Tepui, Danby Crag, Glaisdale Rigg, Mallyan Spout, The Bridestones, Eskdale Crag.
The Coast: Boulby, Maiden’s Bluff, Stoupe Brow, Smuggler’s Terrace.
Limestone: Ravenswick, Peak Scar, Whitestone Cliffe.
Well illustrated with lots of photo-diagrams, maps and inspiring action photos….lots of free solo/highball bouldering shots!