/ little almscliffe

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dunnyg - on 19 Apr 2013
Where abouts is yellow sun? The description is a bit confusing (for me)
dunnyg - on 26 Apr 2013
In reply to dunnyg: anyone?
Jon Stewart - on 26 Apr 2013
In reply to dunnyg:

No idea, sorry. Given that it didn't make it into the Yorkshire Grit definitive guide, I'd be surprised if you're missing much.

Is this a slightly OCD attempt to 'tick the crag' perchance? Turn up, boulder about for 10mins, you've ticked it, surely?
footwork - on 26 Apr 2013
In reply to dunnyg: I think Will's been there, said it wasn't worth the trip. Could ask him though.
Sam_in_Leeds - on 26 Apr 2013
In reply to dunnyg:

It'd probably be a very quick session there's not a right lot to do climb on.

Nice views over Nidderdale mind

It's at the junction of Broad Dubb Road and Norwood Lane.

Sam_in_Leeds - on 26 Apr 2013
Dave Warburton - on 26 Apr 2013
In reply to Sam_in_Leeds: Err?
Sam_in_Leeds - on 26 Apr 2013
In reply to Dave Warburton:

Directions to Little Almscliffe!
Dave Warburton - on 27 Apr 2013
In reply to Sam_in_Leeds: Yeah. But we're all dying to know where the ever-classic Yellow Sun is??
Will Hunt - on 28 Apr 2013
In reply to dunnyg:

John Hunt will fill you in on the details, Huw. To be honest, I wouldn't bother going again!
dunnyg - on 28 Apr 2013
Thanks everyone, know where the crag is, just looking for the problem. Yeah, it was a slightly ocd must tick the crag thing. Need to head to norwood at some point, so figured i might as well nip over seems as its a short walk away.
Jon Stewart - on 28 Apr 2013
In reply to dunnyg:

I walked past Norwood Edge and didn't feel compelled to put my boots on. If you've not been to Hunter's Stones though, that's certainly worth a visit.

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