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WIRED GUIDES: LAKES SPORT AND SLATE

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Wired Guides Lakes Sport & Slate

If you're not from the UK, no it's not a guide book about Lakes, sport and slate.... It's about Sport and Slate climbing IN the Lake District very different.

The second WIRED guide from award winning FRCC GUIDES includes detailed coverage of all the worthwhile 'sport' climbing venues in the Lake District together with comprehensive and updated information for 'trad' slate, including the rad dry-tooling venue - The Works.

This new guide includes the limestone crags in the South Lakes, including the magnificent Chapel Head Scar, the sandstone at St Bees Head and Coudy Rocks in Appleby plus the recent developments on micro-granite at the immensely popular Bram Crag Quarry and, of course, all of the slate

With state of the art imagery from professional photographers including David Simmonite, Keith Sanders and Dom Bush the book is lavish in presentation and inspirational in style.

A WIRED guide, this title adds to the stylish, best selling, award winning series of guides and is the second Wired guide published by the FRCC.

Author: FRCC Guidebook Team
No of Pages: 288
Page Size: 148 x 210 mm
ISBN 13: 9780850280630
Publisher: Frcc
Published Date: July 2020
Edition: 1st: July 2020
Binding: Paperback (flapped)
Illustrations: colour photo-topos and action shots
Weight: 500g

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