First off is clemmits, which is still providing more and more boulders with several new lines. I'm pretty sure it's going to be the new font of the moors!
Then, last thursday, I was out for a quick tick of the list with Lee, however it turned out to be a good picknick venue with atleast 50+ problems!
The line is still to be named but it is a two pitch Vdiff. Although some who have no experience of loose climbing will find the climbing at around E5 3c.
The next day, we headed back to clemmits where we met Lee and he introduced us to Mick, Rob and Luke. We tried out the moors bus which is really good but meant for a 'little bit of a walk in'. After clemmits we headed over to camp hill where I was keen to check out a small overhanging butress about 500 metres north of the main butress. Its not particularly high, around 8 metres but has some good looking lines. One of which we did, The F.A. of "Avoiding the truth" HS 4c *, takes the line of corner ledges up the leaft hand side. It then traverses leaft under the overhang, sneakily avoiding it. Then it heads up the thin crack (a knee bar can be helpful).