Filling a Gap

19 Nov 2010 12:08

Over the last few weeks we've had a few people mention to us that they thought there was a gap in the style and grade of problems from the Greens to the Yellow Spottys. Always ready to listen (well mostly, sometimes, kindof) we had the Enigma and UF reset the Green Spotty circuit yesterday. This 40 problem circuit in the Font 5 range should fill that gap between the Greens and Spotty Yellows giving you a steady progression through the grades. You can view the latest pdf topo on our website.

With the addition of the new Green Spotty circuit we now have over 140 problems below Font 6a. Above this we have over 280 circuit problems from 6a to 7c'ish. Then there is the 25 on the Berghaus competition wall, the circuit wall with its numerous up problems & the beastmaker 45 wall too..... so many blocs!

For those who want to know when things are changing in the Works, you can follow all our stripping, setting and general going ons at our twitter page.
If you're wondering whether it's worth going out in the Peak when the weather is so-so, you should check out Heason's events twitter feed with the daily weather forecast and picture from the peak. We have no control over this so it will not say rain/fog/sleet & snow everyday for the foreseeable future ; )

Upcoming events:
Next Thursday, 25th November sees a double header of events taking place. On top of the FREE physio from The Clinic we'll also be having an Evolv shoe demo. Ben Bransby will be here with a stack load of Evolv shoes that will be FREE to try on and use for the evening. Take this opportunity to climb in shoes you might be thinking of purchasing and to ask Ben on buying the right pair for you.

You can see The Climbing Works range of eVolv shoes online at our website>>

We've also just added a stack of hats from E9, Moon and FiveTen to our website to keep that little head of yours warm as the weather gets ever colder...