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SANDSTONE SOUTH EAST ENGLAND - JINGO WOBBLY

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Jingo Wobbly Sandstone of South East England

David Atchison Jones is definitely the number 1 fan of southern sandstone. His Jingo wobbly books are very iconic and photo driven, making them stick out from other competing guidebook producers.

Includes Bowles, Harrisons and High Rocks.

Sandstone provides all climbers/boulderers living or visiting the South East, a guidebook to the nine top popular areas that have suitable easy public access. 

It is the first in a new generation of Jingo Wobbly Photo guidebooks that uses exceptionally high quality professional photography for crag illustration, and is supported by superb action photography with around 100 action shots. The guidebook is completely definitive to the 9 outcrops, and has been put together by team Jingo Wobbly that consists of some 50 climbers and boulderers. They are all local climbers who have lived and climbed in the area for years and know the rocks inside out, and are responsible for many of the first ascents.

The book has been designed for ease of use, and should perfectly suit anyone visiting for the first time. 

Jingo Wobbly Sandstone of South East England Features and Spec:

  • Author: David Atchison-Jones
  • Publisher: Vision Poster Co
  • June 2010
  • 2nd Edition
  • Paperback
  • Colour photo topos
  • Pages: 320

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