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Lake District Winter Climbs: Snow, ice and mixed climbs in the English Lake District
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Lake District Winter Climbs: Snow, ice and mixed climbs in the English Lake District (Paperback)

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This winter climbing guide in the Lake District is a joint production by the Fell and Rock Climbing Club and Cicerone Press. It is the definitive guide to winter climbing in the Lake District and presents the climbs and crags in a fresh new format. Every known winter climb from every part of the Lake District is described - nearly 1000 routes in all. These range from classic high-mountain gullies and buttresses on crags such as Scafell, Pillar, and Great Gable to frozen watercourses and icefalls including Great Gully on the Wasdale Screes, Launchy Gill, Low Water Beck and Cautley Spout. And, of course, popular venues like Great End and the Eastern Coves of the Helvellyn Escarpment are described in detail. Included too are several routes in outlying Cumbria. There are also sections on winter equipment, winter climbing and conservation, climbing walls, accommodation, and a first ascent list that includes masses of interesting historical research. All ruggedly bound in a handy pocket-sized format. This edition has fully revised and updated maps to help you find the crags and detailed colour photo-topos to help you identify the routes.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationClimbing & mountaineeringTravel & MapsTravel & holiday guides Publisher: Cicerone Press Publication Date: 01/12/2006 ISBN-13: 9781852844844  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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The Fell and Rock Climbing club was founded in 1906-07, and membership has grown to about 1100 members worldwide who found their mountaineering origins in the Lakes. The aims of the club are to encourage rock climbing and fell walking in the English Lake District and to act as a bond of union for its members. The club publishes a number of guides to climbing in the area, as well as a bi-annual supplement to new routes. This guide is an exciting new project by author Brian Davison, editor Stephen Reid and Cicerone Press.

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