This is the comprehensive guidebook that covers all the rock climbing on the island of Lundy, which is situated between north Devon and south Wales in the Bristol Channel. The island itself is only 3 miles long and half a mile across at its widest point, with the west coast providing an almost continuous line of granite crags, some of which are over 100m long. These cliffs provide some of the best sea-cliff climbing in the UK offering everything, from towering sea stacks and sun-kissed slabs, to huge sombre precipices and deep narrow zawns.
The guidebook describes just under 1,000 routes, which are all shown on excellent colour photo-topos. A nice feature is the Alternative Lundy List (for those who have done the most obvious routes) and the Lundy Esoteric page (for those who really want to get off the beaten track.
Published in 2008 the guidebook also includes a colour 340mm x 200mm map of the island (printed on waterproof paper) that shows the crag locations.
Number of pages is 432.
Size is 125mm x 180 mm