/ Lindley Moor Crag, Huddersfield
You can be at the base of a climb 5 minutes after leaving junction 24 on the M62, so ideal for a quick visit. NNW facing so shady in the summer and gets the evening sun.
The VS is the line staright up from Moff:
Any idea if these and the other kirklees crags are going to be included in the Yorkshire grit Vol 2 book? Well served as they are on the Kirklees climbing site it would be nice to not have to take folders of printouts to the crag!
Is that the Wappy Spring guide? I have that scanned if anyone is interested?
> You can be at the base of a climb 5 minutes after leaving junction 24 on the M62, so ideal for a quick visit. NNW facing so shady in the summer and gets the evening sun.
I use to climb with Dave Hanner when we were at the Poly in the 80s, I believe he wrote a guide to Lindley Moor, and other local esoterica. I've not been in contact since about 1989 though he might lurk on here. If he does it could be worth getting hold of his guide to compare
Went back to try the bouldering on Sunday...not that extensive but quite good.... fun stuff to mid V grades. Someone has cleaned this recently so its in good nick. All just 50m below cricket pitch car park ideal for a quick evening hit.
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