/ Accessible peak ice

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mmmmcake - on 25 Jan 2013
Calling Peak Ice climbers!
Im looking for a single pitch very accessible bit of ice in the peak,for teaching. anybody know anywhere suitable?
Thanks

mmmmcake
tom290483 - on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to mmmmcake:

I think you'll struggle with that one.
Camm on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to mmmmcake:
You need to get hold of the Rockfax Peak District Roadside Ice Guide book.
mmmmcake - on 25 Jan 2013
cheers, i will check it out
n-stacey - on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to danrock101: I think Ive seen one in the For Sale/Wanted forum.
smithaldo - on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to n-stacey: Postage will be huge on it though, it's bigger than the old lancashire guide.
Sankey - on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to mmmmcake: here's a topo from it for free:




























You 're welcome...
Al Evans on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to mmmmcake: When I lived in New Mills there was a spout down onto the railway track that I always was wanting to make a full icicle. Unfortunately it never did, even when the Downfall was in condition.
John Rushby - on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to n-stacey:
> (In reply to danrock101) I think Ive seen one in the For Sale/Wanted forum.

The same bloke is selling Extreme Rock for a fiver - make him an offer
xplorer on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to mmmmcake:

Crowden clough very small, I'd say maybe 7 metres and steppy. Is good for a first ice experiance
Dan_S - on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to xplorer:

It was in good condition on Tuesday.

I guess the OP has to decide if 2K from the road and 300m ascent is " very accessible"!

Whilst not in the peak, Cliviger gorge is is very accessible and not that far awway.
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xplorer on 25 Jan 2013
In reply to Dan_S:

I'd call it pretty accessible if I'm honest.

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