Cornwall - West Penwith/North Coast: b/w photo card cover in blue plastic edged see-through cover.
Cornwall - West Penwith/North Coast: b/w photo card cover in blue plastic edged see-through cover. 93 pages + further pages for your own new climb notes. b/w maps on end papers - West Penwith & The Coast, Zennor to St Just. b/w diagrams + illustration. 1 Bosigran and the North Coast. Condition: Cover tear top & bottom spine. See through crinkled. Edge of blue cover grubby. o/p crinkled, tear bottom spine seam, edge a bit grubby. List this Seller's Books.
Cornwall-West Penwith. ISBN: 0901601446 Stock no. 1702191. Categorised in: SPORT.
Covers the coast from Wicca Pillar to Land’s End. Includes Bosigran, Kenidjack and Sennen. Volume 2 covering Chair Ladder, the South Coast and the explosion of new routes on The Lizard will follow hot on its heels later this year. The fact that the principle author of the guide Andy March, who did a great job with the West Cornwall Supplement, has climbed the traverse of String of Pearls on Bosigran in both directions, you realise the script is in very good hands.
The next generation of Cornish guidebooks puplished by the Climbers’ Club is a definitive climbing guide to Bosigran and the North Coast. This guide includes; Gurnards Head, Bosigran, Kenidjack, Sennen and Lands End loads of new photo topos, great maps to get you to the more remote cliffs plus all the new areas such as Midge and Echo Zawn. Format A5, 311 pages.
Start by marking West Cornwall: Bosigran and the North Coast as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Publisher: Climbers Club. Region: England - South West England.
It covers the coast from Wicca Pillar to Land's End and includes Bosigran, Kenidjack and Sennen. There are new climbs and new areas such as Echo Zawn and Geevor, or as it is more affectionately known, Midge Zawn. Publisher: Climbers Club. Manufacturer: Climbers' Club.
Two sets of triple ramparts with outer ditches have been built on the north east and south west sides. The West Cornwall Field Club excavated the site in 1939 and again in 1948–9. The northern ramparts are the best preserved and show the remains of stone revetting, with the inner one almost wholly built of stone. The outermost rampart of the southern set has been lost through erosion and landslip. Three hundred pottery sherds, mainly from one habitation site, were dated to between 800 and 400 BC.
At Gurnard's Head and Bosigran there is evidence of Iron Age cliff-castles. Inland the high moor and heathland is dotted with antiquities - quoits, carns and stone circles – for Penwith contains the highest concentration of iron-age archaeological remains in Europe including a well-preserved village at Chysauster. Between the uplands and the coast is a patchwork of small, stone-hedged fields, many pre-historic in origin, and managed from ancient granite farmsteads.
Cornwall is the westernmost part of the South West Peninsula of the island of Great Britain. The southwesternmost point is Land's End and the southernmost Lizard Point