Eastern Grit (2015)

The eastern side of Peak District is home to one of the most iconic climbing locations in the country. Stretching for 30 miles from Wharncliffe, north of Sheffield,  to Shining Cliff, south of Matlock is the world-famous gritstone. The nucleus of this consists of the classic edges, including the ever-popular cliffs of Bamford, Stanage, Froggatt and Curbar. There are many lesser edges, plus a rather fine set of quarries, which are virtually all in west-facing hill-top situations. Escape from the city is easy and great sunsets are a given – there is little wonder that Sheffield has become the home of choice for so many climbers.

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The third edition of the UK’s best selling guidebook. The original 2001 version arguably changed the format of guidebooks forever. A significantly revised edition was published in 2006 with 100 extra pages and 900 extra routes – 2950 in total. Check here for Eastern Grit 2022.

Sheffield Area
Wharncliffe, Agden Rocher, Rivelin

Ladybower Area
Dovestone Tor, Bamford

Stanage North, Stanage Plantation, Stanage Popular

Burbage Valley
Burbage North, Higgar Tor, Carl Wark, Burbage South

Millstone Area
Over Owler Tor, Millstone, Lawrencefield, Yarncliffe

Derwent Edges
Froggatt, Curbar, Baslow

Chatsworth Area
Gardom's, Birchen, Chatsworth

Southern Crags
Robin Hood's Stride, Cratcliffe, Black Rocks, Turningstone Edge, Duke's Quarry, Shining Cliff


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978 1 873341 08 7


April 2015

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