The Yerp Boulder

Climbs 20 – Rocktype Dolerite – Altitude ? – Faces all

Crag features
The Greyabbey (aka Yerp) Boulder is two to four metres high, with a host of problems that are mostly on the easier side of vertical. The rock is good but a bit licheny in places, so it is worth bringing a brush. A pad is recommended as the landings are rocky. High tide comes up to the edge of the boulder, so check tide times before going.

Latitude : 54.518967 | Longitude : -5.551363

Approach notes
About one mile outside Greyabbey on the road to Kircubbin. Visible from the road on a long sweeping bend, opposite a couple of bungalows.

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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
2Undercut Aretef5+ *6
3Undercut Arete SSf6A **2
4Undercut Arete SS Eliminatef7B 1
5Undercut Arete LH Finishf6A+ *2
6Undercut Arete Very LH Finishf6B+ *1
7Slab Crackf6B *1
8Slab Eliminatef6B+ *1
9Seaward Nose SSf6B  
10Seaward Face 1f5+ 4
11Seaward Face 2f6A *2
12Seaward Face 3f6B+ *1
13Mini Aretef4+ 5
14Mini Wallf5+ 5
15Short Aretef5+ 3
16Short Arete SSf6A+ *2
17Easy Cornerf4 8
18Blank Wall Eliminatef7B+ ?  
19Blank Wallf7A ** 
20Easy Wallf4 5
21The Yerp Traversef7B+ ?  
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