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Peak NE Pokketz (Rockfax)

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The Peak NE Pokketz climbing guidebook details the best of the north eastern grit crags in the Peak area, including Rivelin and Bamford, the majestic Stanage, the Burbage Valley and Millstone and the other quarries in the area.

The book focuses on routes from Moderate to HVS and manages to pack more than 500 carefully chosen gems between its covers, but also includes 20 classic E1s and E2s to give something for everyone to aspire to.

This book provides a compact and low cost introduction to the brilliant climbing found in the NE Peak Area. It is presented in the same clear and easy-to-follow style that make Rockfax publications the current leaders in the field but it has been stripped down to give just the essentials required by many climbers.

The Pokketz Format is A6 in size, weighs less than 150 grams and is only 7mm thick, meaning this small and portable guidebook will fit in your 'pokketz'. Instead of concentrating on regions or rock types the Pokketz books will cover grade bands and/or different climbing styles. The Peak series will include limestone routes as well as gritstone and will be presented in a horizontal page format to maximize the information packed between the covers. Future books will make maximum use of the format in covering sea cliff and multi-pitch routes where guidebook portability becomes an important consideration.


  • Country: England
  • ISBN10: 1873341024
  • ISBN13: 9781873341025
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 128
  • Page Size: 105 x 145 mm
  • Published Date: 2007
  • Publisher: Rockfax
  • Region: England - Peak District
  • Manufacturer: Rockfax

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Rich Alderton

An excellent introduction

The Pokketz idea is a bit of a brainwave from Rockfax. For those of us operating in the lower to mid grades there's no real need to carry round descriptions for an esoteric E5. Not yet, anyway. The guide has been thought out well. Phototopos and maps are


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