Devon Bouldering



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With its two coasts and a wild expanse of moorland, Devon is home to some of the most varied bouldering in the United Kingdom. Over the last 25 years the region has gradually been developed, mostly by dedicated local climbers and some devoted visitors. The result is a veritable smorgasbord of problems that cater for everyone from beginner to world class on rock types including granite, limestone, schist, sandstone… and other weird stuff. Whether you’re a seasoned local or a visitor looking for a family holiday destination with bouldering options, this guide includes over 2300 boulder problems on around 500 pages to choose from, covering the coasts, Dartmoor, inland Devon plus Tintagel and a few other gems just outside of the county. 

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Burrator Boulders - Sheepstor, Roughtor Boulders, Down Tor, Combeshead Tor, Princetown Area

North Moor Tors - Sourton Tor, Fur Tor

Chagford Area - Gidleigh Woods, Middle Tor

Upper Dart Valley - Bench Tor, Combestone Tor, Mel Tor, Leigh Tor, Ausewell Rocks

Haytor Area - Top Tor and Pil Tor, Tunhill Rocks, Bonehill Rocks, Bell Tor, Honeybag Tor, Hound Tor, Hayne Down, Easdon Rocks, Saddle Tor, Haytor Quarry, Holwell Tor, Smallacombe Rocks, Black Hill Boulders, Becka Brook Boulders

Lustleigh Area

Bovey Woods - Shaptor, Lower Shaptor, Rock Copse, Stonelands Waste, Bearacleave, Teign Valley

Start Point Area - Lannacombe Beach, Torcross Boulders

Torbay Area - Shoalstone Area, Daddyhole Beach, Hope's Nose, Anstey's Cove, Chudleigh Rocks

Outlying Areas - Helman Tor, Tintagel North, Northcott, Hartland Quay, Lynmouth, Hurlstone Point




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January 24


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