With the days getting longer and new ambitions stretching in front of us, it's time to start thinking about how to get everyone fit and healthy in 2024. Our Adventures For Kids guide is a great way to start getting children and young people out into the Peak District and motivated for some exercise disguised as walking and climbing. The book is available from bookshops across the Peak District as well as our online shop.
After a long period of hard work, we've finally got our new guidebook ready and you can get your hands on it by ordering through our shop, or buying from one of our usual partners. It's a climbing guide book for children and has all the information parents need to get out there, have a go safely and get back in one piece. Features lots of photos of other children in action and all boulder problems and routes have been tested by youngsters of various sizes, which means they're definitely possible but the grading might be a bit off.
We've been invited to tell you all about circuiteering at the Outside lecture evening, Mixing It Up, on the 17th of May. Don't worry though, it won't be a lecture, more of a peek behind the curtains of how it all came about, what it looks like and what might be happening next. £5 entry fee goes to charity and guide books and merch will be available in the car park afterwards!
The official magazine of the Fell Runners Association, The Fellrunner, have had a look at the book and reviewed in their latest issue (#134). The seem to get the idea and even though they might not be having a go at set of on-sight attempts at the climbing routes, they're pretty confident that even completely disinterested runners can get something out of it.
Finally released in September 2022, Gritstone Circuiteering Volume 2 builds on the photocopied notes and rumours that made up Volume 1. Available in the full sized standard paper version with all 10 circuits and on weather resistant paper for the first 9 rounds. Click for more details.
Two colour t-shirts to tell your friends how much you love circuiteering! Featuring everyone's favourite piece of gritstone, Burbage North.
Available in our shop in limited numbers.
September the 10th saw another successful 9 Edges Endurance Event, organised by Edale Mountain Rescue Team, take place. It runs from Fairholmes to Baslow and takes in the gritstone edges of Derwent, Stanage, Burbage North and South, Froggatt, Curbar, Baslow, Gardoms and Birchen over 22 miles if you're circuiteering. Full details are in the Gritstone Circuiteering guide, available in our shop and it's pencilled in for September the 9th in 2023.