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Cheshire & Merseyside Sandstone

Cheshire & Merseyside Sandstone. The front cover of local rock God, Pete Chadwick should do more than enough to pique an interest into the wonderful climbing that Cheshire & Merseyside have to offer.

Venues such as Helsby and Frodsham offer adventurous trad and all manner of lowballs to super sketchy highball bouldering, set on the hillside overlooking the M56 with wonderful views across the expansive factories and chimneys of Runcorn.. giving it a Blade Runner-esque feel as the sun goes down. Over the back of Helsby hill, the 'newly' re-discovered venue of Harmers Wood offers a delightful leafy and sheltered setting with many aesthetic aretes, grooves and wall climbs, mostly at the easier end of the grade spectrum. They are mostly high in nature but soft flat landings abound and shouldn't deter most.

If radiant summer evenings are not your thing, then you can enjoy the more local settings of Pex Hill and the Breck, where you can partake in some super thin, technical climbing which will leave your heart all a flutter. Aching toes & fingers after a good session at either venue are a very common occurrence!

Next time you consider bombing down the motorway to N Wales, we would recommend dropping in to one of the aforementioned venues and you may be pleasantly surprised by what Cheshire & Merseyside have to offer. There is even some newly rebolted sport climbing at Frogsmouth Quarry, found in the dark heart of Runcorn itself, which could negate the journey down the A55 and the petrol money saved can be wisely re-invested in a trip to one of the local inns for a hearty pint.

Cheshire & Merseyside Sandstone Features and Spec:

  • Publisher: BMC
  • Ocotober 2012
  • 1st Edition
  • Pages: 256
  • Paperback
  • Full colour photos and topos

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