Burbage, Millstone and Beyond

Posted by Niall Grimes on 20/03/2007
Burbage and Beyond guidebook.

January 2006 saw the launch of the next of the BMC's guides to Peak Gritstone. Burbage, Millstone and Beyond is a definitive guide to the northern half of the Peak's fine Eastern Edges, and uses the same popular format of last year's Roaches guide.

Covering, amongst others, the crags of Burbage, Higgar, Millstone. Lawrencefield, Rivelin, Bell Hagg, Wyming Brook, Bamford, Derwent Edge, Agden Rocher and Wharncliffe this truly is a bumper guide.

It details all the routes and boulder problems to be found in these areas. It features full-colour topos, fantastic clear maps, and a dazzling array of superb contemporary and historical photos. It has a fine mix of historical, amusing and inspirational information and anecdotes. Plus graded lists, first ascent lists, even a highball list, information to get people away from the usual haunts, information on conditions and the best, most accurate, most up to date information on nearly 2,200 routes and 700 boulder problems.

Download a free sample of this great new guidebook:

Millstone - crack paradise

This fantastic guide is available now, and you'll wonder how you ever survived without it. Available from all good outdoor shops and our online shop.



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