|Posted by Jan Bella on January 15, 2012 at 1:10 PM|
The English Lake District has unique oportunity for rock climbing from small road side crags to spectacular hight moutain crags. From easy grades to high Extreme climbs everybody can find the right climb. It all begun by ascending of the Napes Needle by W. P. Haskett in 1886 and since then it grew beyond imaginaion of any of the early pioneers.
Most popular areas are Langdale and Borrowdale valley together with Wasdale and Dow area.
In this Blog I will introduce you more to different climbing areas and styles in Lake district and also to variety of techniques used in today's climbing.
Please stay tuned in and if you have any questionas dont hasitate to email me.
Categories: Rock Climbing