by Mick Ryan click to enlarge Greg Chapman is a boulderer´s boulderer, authentic to the core, passionate, persistent, committed. He runs the website lakesbloc.co.uk, works full time as the general manager of an outdoor company, and boulders every minute he can, from Hueco to Fairy Steps to his own woodie. His Lakes bouldering website is full of downloadable topos, news reports, videos and galleries. If you boulder, you´ve no doubt been there. His latest venture is Elite UKBouldering Inventory, An Inventorial Guide to UK Boulder Problems of Font8a/V11 and Above, eliteukbinventory.blogspot.com Lists, lists, lists and bouldering news culled from a variety of sources. Here´s a sampler of the UK´s hardest boulder problems: where they are and who climbed them. LAKES 8c Walk Away (ss) Fairy Steps Upper Left, J Gaskins, 2003 8c Il Pirata Trowbarrow, Shelter Stone, J Gaskins, 20048c Shadow Play Kentmere/LF Giant Stone, J Gaskins, 2004YORKSHIRE 8b Cypher Slipstones, Arch Boulder, Ben Moon, 20028b High Fidelity Caley Roadside, Steve Dunning, 20038b Ullola Caley Roadside, Steve Dunning, 2003 PEAK 8b+ Voyager (ss) Burbage N, Ben Moon8b+ Staminaband/PUTP (Link-up) Raventor,John Gaskins 8b The Ace Stanage, Jerry Moffat WALES 8b+ Pilgrimage The Orme Parisella´s, Malcom Smith, 2005 8b/+ East Coker The Orme Parisella´s, Chris Davies, 20078b Director´s Cut The Orme Parisella´s, Jamie Cassidy, 2004NORTHUMBERLAND 8b+ Monk Life Kyloe in the Woods, Malcom Smith, 2003 8b+ Leviathan Kyloe in the Woods, Malcom Smith 8b Lothlorian Kyloe in the Woods, Malcom SmithSCOTLAND 8b Super Size Me Dumbarton Rock, Malcom Smith, 20058b Pressure Dumbarton Rock, Dave MacLeod, 20058b Sanction Dumbarton Rock, Dave MacLeod, 2006For a full inventory as downloadable pdf files go to eliteukbinventory.blogspot.com. As well as lists, there´s a fair amount of news including the latest about Polish Dave, a cave near Stoney Middleton and a new Font 8a+/b. Dawid Skoczylas (aka Polish Dave) has completed his roof project in the small cave a couple of minutes up the road from Stoney Middleton. The line involves „Wild and crazy moves – slapping, guppying, crimping, underclinging, twisting, torquing…