27th June - Castle Naze
A minor edge of mostly sound, weathered natural rock, with a looser sandy section beyond. Exposed to the elements, but quick drying with the majority of routes in the low to middle grades up to 15m in height. In particular the historical significant climb, The Scoop (HVS 5a).
4th July - Stanage
Stanage - The queen of grit. The longest, finest outcrop of the best, most unique rock Britain has to offer. Along with climbing legend Ron Fawcett, many have voted with their feet and made the pilgrimage to the sinuous moor-top edge and never looked back. A good majority having found their nirvana: The best crag in Britain?
11th July - Burbage South Valley Boulders
The valley boulders at Burbage offer some of the most friendly bouldering around. The landings are excellent and nothing gets too high. The problems tend to be slabs with some rounded arêtes thrown in. It lacks steep power problems but there are plenty of those elsewhere.
18th July -
To Be Decided