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El Chorro, Southern Spain

January 9th, 2020

Here’s a glimpse of some of the areas in El Chorro, director at Nuts4Climbing, Sarah Cullen visited in December 2019. The weather was great for climbing at this time of the year, the limestone climbs are simply wonderful and there’s even a very good Via Ferrata for your ‘rest day’. If you haven’t yet stepped […]

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Clearance Work

January 9th, 2020

We are seeking volunteers to help with clearance work at Harrison’s Rocks on Saturday 18th Jan and Sunday 19th Jan 2020. The work will consist of clearing the arisings from recent tree cutting, moving the trunks to habitat piles or where they are required for revetment work and lining footpaths with the brash. There will […]

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Harrison’s Car Park Evening Closure

November 15th, 2019

Please note that the Harrison’s Rocks / Birchden Wood Car Park will be closed over the winter months from 5pm in the evening and will re-open at 7am.  Any questions should be directed to Chantelle at the Forestry Commission – phone 07771 943664 or email Chantelle.Jay@forestryengland.uk.  

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Bowles Rocks will ban climbing if behaviour doesn’t improve

October 21st, 2019

Bowles is having an issue with a with a minority of climbers. They are having increasing incidences of climbers not respecting that they are a charity for young people and will always have young children on site. The specifics are climbers that are coming into Bowles and taking apart in antisocial activities, urinating in bushes […]

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Ghost Kitchen, Kalymnos

October 11th, 2019

Sarah Cullen, director at Nuts4Climbing visited Ghost Kitchen during her trip to Kalymnos in October 2019, We picked a very busy morning to climb here so just did a couple of routes, but they were very enjoyable.  There are some good climbs in the 5’s and 6’s and if you want some hard stuff, then […]

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