Mini-guide Refresh


Joost Swetter on The Fury (F7a). Photo: Stuart Millis

In addition to giving the website a bit of an overhaul, we’ve also been hard at work these last few months refreshing some of the PDF mini-guides hosted on the site as well as adding some new ones for areas previously not available.

These can be found on the page below:

For best results, we recommend printing these using the booklet setting in Acrobat as this allows them to simply be printed, stapled down the middle and away you go  -alternatively, save some paper and simply read them on your phone 😉

More content will bee coming over the next few months as we continue to make the most of the good weather and get out to as many crags as possible to update crag photos etc.


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Hi Stuart!

Nice work on this! I wanted to touch base as I developed the area titled “The Jungle”. I’ll send on a topo soon so you can add in the route names/information to the guide/site/wherever.

The new mini guides are looking good! Would have had the route names and descriptions to you earlier, but I just had a baby, I think you know how that goes.





Thanks Brian – I wondered who’d been bolting down there. Took a look at a few lines the other day that should go too – the right side of the main wall on pockets (needs better cleaning, will get back to this as soon as my bolt order materialises) and the super technical Arete round the corner on its right side, just round from what you e bolted already.

Hope you don’t mind the name The Jungle, kinda felt that way down there and fitted with the overall Monkey theme of the crags