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Previous Guidebooks
Climbing in Cornwall
A CLIMBERS’ GUIDE
TO NORTH, SOUTH AND EAST CORNWALL

by Carver, Stanier & Littlejohn
OUT OF PRINT
ISBN: 0 85932 047 2
Published James Pike Ltd 1973.
Compiled and Edited by Toni Carver.

Written Jointly by Toni Carver,
Peter Stanier & Pat Littlejohn
with foundation work by the T.S.R.C.C. Minions Group

Printed by: James Pike Ltd,
Consols House, St Ives, Cornwall.
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Climbing in Cornwall was the first guidebook to provide comprehensive coverage of Cornish venues beyond the traditional West Penwith area. It was a collaboration between three of the area’s pioneers and built upon the climbing records of the Minions Group and Truro School Rock Climbing Club. In addition to South East Cornwall it also covered the North Coast and was the first guide to feature Lower Sharpnose Point, Pentire, Carn Gowla and other now well-known crags.
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Cheesewring & South East Cornwall
A CLIMBERS’ GUIDE
by Sean Hawken
OUT OF PRINT
ISBN: 0 948385 26 X
Published August 1998.
Edited by Toni Carver.

Designed and Typeset by Toni Carver.
Printed and Published by:
The St Ives Printing & Publishing Company, High Street, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 1RS. UK.
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The guide that firmly put South East Cornwall on the map. Written by Sean Hawken, who together with Andy Grieve developed much of the area’s harder climbing during the early and mid 1990s. The diversity of climbing covered – from deep water solos at Pencarrow Head to Cheesewring’s sport routes – was a precursor to later developments in Cornwall. It also featured bouldering venues such as Helman Tor and Downderry Beach. No other guidebook before had given bouldering in Cornwall such good coverage.
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