A guidebook should inform, educate and entertain, says Rob Greenwood, and Franco Cookson's guide to the North Yorks Moors does each in abundance, shining a bright light on this unjustly neglected area.
Putting a photo of yourself on the front cover? The ego has landed
> Putting a photo of yourself on the front cover? The ego has landed
That isn’t Franco on the cover - it’s Mark Rankine...
In fairness, they look equally fine in a pair of Ron Hills.
Now you look a bit silly:
Fantastic. Lovely remote spots & some great photos. And its to be hoped all the descents are 'decent' like Camp Hill Chimney (p. 297), for example!
Fair enough, can't see the cover that well anyway
> In fairness, they look equally fine in a pair of Ron Hills.
Obviously the choice of champions
Wow. Never been there, but now I want to go!
> Fair enough, can't see the cover that well anyway
Haha, that's a strange way of apologising. 😂
amazing guide book, ive very recently bought it and been using lots out in the moors, the crag selecta is a great little addition to it as well, great for getting a general idea of each climbing area.