/ multi pitch sport routes???
Even then, there is only really one route that genuinely needs to be climbed in multiple pitches which is Castles Made of Sand - http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=27835
If you're looking for multi-pitch climbing, then in the Peak, you're looking in the wrong place.
If you're looking for multi-pitch sport climbing, you're definitely looking in the wrong place.
My advice is to get to know the Peak for what it's got: some of the best bouldering and outcrop climbing anywhere. Plus a load of polished, chossy limestone which has a degree of charm, and a bunch of short sport routes above 7a, which in my limited experience of them are utterly mediocre. A place to go multi-pitch climbing it is not!
The other esoteric one I know of is Barland Quarry on Gower where there are a couple of 2 pitch outings reaching 50m or so.
The Paladin 7a,7a Wintours Leap.
Ive not done them except the first pitch of Heil Hitler which is very good.
I wouldnt say its esoteric as such, but not very good and equally not worth the travel from 'the north' to Gower.
You could try do that one Dave McCleod and Alan Cassidy did in peak cavern? :P
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