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Month: October 2010

New Website

Welcome to the new vertical frontiers website. Hopefully the new format will allow some more regular updates, articles photos etc than the old site. We’re out running courses and climbing all the time, so keep tabs on what we’re up to by checking the news page every now and again. You can also subscribe to RSS feeds to be notified automatically when we’ve added a new post or article. Register and log in to add your own comments to news posts and very soon you’ll be able to add photos from your time out climbing, walking or mountaineering with us. Any comments or feedback on the new website is much...

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Wreckers Slab

Here’s an old write up from the old website – an ascent of wreckers slab back in 2009. Exploring the North Devon Coast for upcoming courses 10.07.2009 On yet another “sun and showers” day during July we decided to take a trip up to north Devon and explore some of the coast line in preparation for some upcoming courses during August. We started by walking on the Coastal path north of Bude to “Cornakey Cliff” which is home to one of the north coasts classic routes, “Wreckers Slab.” This route, full of history was an impressive achievement for the...

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Dartmoor Classic Climbs

Dartmoor Classic Climbs course – August 2010 Dewerstone, Hound Tor and Hay Tor over the course of two days. A rainy start to our day at the dewerstone didn’t inspire confidence for our planned routes but we started off on the classic “route B” to warm up which was fine in the wet. The weather started to be kind to us so we then climbed the brilliant VS “Leviathan” followed by graham leading the ultra-classic HS “central groove”. The aim of the day was for Graham to second an E1 so we headed up the two pitch climb “Scimitar”...

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Baggy Point sea cliff climbing

Baggy Point sea cliff climbing 12.9.2010 Baggy point is a collection of sea cliffs on the north devon coast near barnstable. Many of the popular cliffs at baggy are slabs and are great for a first taste of sea cliff climbing. This time the waves and wind were against us – a 7ft swell and westerly winds of around 40 miles an hour gave us some very exciting conditions! The bottom part of many of the routes were wet from the spray so we tried to stay high and avoid a dunking. Three cliffs and eight climbs later it...

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