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Rockfax North Wales Slate Pre Order 

The Slate guide comes back and this time Rockfax are having a go at it. 

The famous, crimpy, edgy, dangerous, runout metamorphosed mud is back on the menu. Now less dangerous in places due to a plether of new routing and this time with bolts and more than 2 per route. 

Put together by none other than the author of Climb Harder - Mark Reeves, this is in away a locals guide book published by the climbing giants Rockfax; Some will say this is a bad thing but who are we to judge, as long as you don't end up on the ScareCity when you would rather be enjoying the delights of Fools gold, all is good. 

The slate quarries near Llanberis have become one of the most popular climbing spots in North Wales for climbers looking for sport routes, or immaculate slab climbing. The development started with the slate boom of the 1980s when the area became famous for immaculate slabs of purple slate with bold run-out routes. Most of these routes are still there in their original style and many have become classics and much sought-after trad ticks. More recently the area has been developed with a multitude of super sport routes from short single pitches to huge multi-pitch extravaganzas.

This guide is a celebration of all of those styles of slate climbing. It is a comprehensive guidebook covering all the routes which is a little unusual for a Rockfax, although they have produced such books before.


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