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CENTRAL WALES: A GUIDE TO CLIMBING & BOULDERING IN ELENYDD

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Central Wales: A guide to Climbing & Bouldering in Elenydd

Between Pembrokeshire to the south and Cader Idris to the north, the upland area of Elenydd extends across parts of the counties of Ceredigion and Powys in Central Wales. Large parts of this remote, sparsely populated Green Desert of Wales are relatively inaccessible. This guidebook publishes, for the first time, definitive coverage of climbing and bouldering in Elenydd. The delights of the mountain crags, rocky outcrops, sea cliffs, and quarries of unknown mid-Wales are finally revealed. 

A team of local authors, committed to high standards of quality and accuracy, have detailed 620 routes and 240 boulder problems . Finding and following a route is now easy since every crag can be referenced on an area map, detailed photo diagrams cover the crags, and many small photo-topos identify the bouldering. 

The high quality of Steep Stone's research and writing, the striking design style, and inspirational action shots make this a breathtaking and innovative new guide book.

Author: Dave Williams & Doug Kerr

No of Pages: 280

Page Size: 140 x 200 mm

Publisher: Steep Stone

Edition: 1st, May 2018

Binding: Paperback

Illustrations: Colour photos, photo diagrams & maps

Weight: 430g

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