Climbing Guide – England – Peak District Burbage Millstone & Beyond


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This the 3rd in the new series of definitive guides by the BMC covers all the routes and bouldering on the fantastic gritstone crags that surround the city of Sheffield. Detailing everything from the Burbage Valley and Millstone crags through the delightful Rivelin and Bamford crags, with their hidden gems and wild settings, to the lesser known edges of Derwent and Agden Rocher, and from here, all the way to the northern outpost of Wharncliffe this new guidebook will satisfy anyone whether a local climber looking for new inspiration or a first time visitor to the area.


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