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Anston Stones

Interesting bouldering area for problems from 7a to 7c and starting from 8a (Fontainebleau grades).
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Aspect(s) : All     Altitude : 100 m
Approach between 2 and 10 min on flat ground.    Kids friendly ? area around the boulders comfortable for young kids.

Informations :

Between 50 and 100 problems, from 6a to 8b , spread over many areas   Bolting : sport climbing
Max Height : 8 m.
Rock : limestone.    Characteristic(s) : overhang Surplomb, steep wall Dévers, vertical Vertical.    Type(s) of holds : crimps, slopers.
Landing quality : flat ground (1 crash pad needed).
Legendary problem(s) :
  • Dark Reservation V12 sent by Alex Puccio on 25 MOIS_03 2012
  • Further information(s) : Traditionally, details have been surrounded by a veil of secrecy and for the first time in this guide information is formally documented. This decision was not taken lightly, as behaviour by climbers in the past has been very poor. It is hoped that climbers will behave responsibly to strengthen and not jeopardise access.
    The access to bouldering in Anston Stones is very fragile at the moment, with some crags out of use, so if you go over there please behave responsibly and if asked leave – the new magnesium limestone guide will explain all the issues.

    Locations :

    Area : royaume-uni, England, Yorkshire and the Humber, South Yorkshire, Sheffield, Worksop.
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  • Area added by CA
    Paper Guide Books :


    Anston Stones Bouldering

    Internet Guide Books :

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