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Classic Rock

Classic Rock from Ken Wilson is indeed that now, a classic. Showing you the way on 80 of Britain's finest lower grade routes up to Hard Severe, many of which were put up over 100 years ago. A great coffee table/tick list book.

Classic Rock was first published in 1978 and established itself as one of the classic must haves on any climber's shelf. The 2007 edition has been redesigned and re-illustrated with  ~200 new colour photos.

Classic Rock is comprised of 55 chapters by acclaimed climbers / writers who describe over 80 of the finest classic rock climbs in Britain. Classic means popular, important and historic climbs in the easier grades. Most of these are amongst the most sought after and famous in the UK.

They are selected from the five main climbing areas: Peak District and Pennines, North Wales, South West England, the Lake District and Scotland.

These are climbs on which young rock climbers learn their trade before progressing to harder things, they are mainstream climbs for experienced climbers, they offer ideal itineraries for those training for an alpine season and they are targets for the older climber seeking taxing but not over-technical days 'on the hill'.

The perfect gift.

Classic Rock Features and Spec:

  • Author: Ken Wilson
  • Publisher: Baton Wicks
  • Published: 2007
  • 2nd Edition (revised)
  • Hardback
  • Colour photos
  • Pages: 288

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