This booklet is A5 and 20 pages. Aside from the main section on the Cave, it also includes the recently revived Breck Road area, plus the Split Infinity area just next door to the Cave.
With a stylistic nod to the original North Wales Bouldering guide, this is a predominantly black and white production. That said, it does include a special four page colour topo section (topos work better in colour) containing six separate topos and the mother of all tick lists, with 108 problems and links between V3/6A+ and V14/8B+. Enough to keep even the most ardent Cave devotee busy for a year or ten.
All the old and new wave problems are given full descriptions, with a breakdown of all worthwhile links and historically important ascents. This is the first time that the Cave has been represented in a photo topo format. Four different images taken from different view points were required to fully represent the complex three dimensional layout. There are also over twenty action shots, which not only provide inspiring eye candy, but will help newcomers to identify individual problems.
Britain's premier all year round bouldering venue. A saviour on many rainy days! Screw on those strong arms and tighten those shoes.