Deer Gallows

Climbs 66 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 370m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features

Approach notes
Park at Embsay Reservoir, SD 999544, then walk along the side of the reservoir to the access point onto Barden Moor. Cross the stile onto the moor, then turn E for approximately 50m to a path which leads directly up the hillside. Follow this until level with the crag, then contour across to it. [Rod Witham, "to avoid leading people into a deep and nasty bog"]

Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

Yorkshire Gritstone (1999)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Double Takef5+ 5c 3
2Double or Quitsf4+ 1
3Rift AreteVS 5b 10
4Rift Traversef6B 1
5The PocketHVS 5c **28
6Pebble Promenadef6B **1
7Pochette Suprisef6C **1
8Fist CrackVS 5a *59
9BalanceVS 5a *40
10balance startV0 4+ 8
11The NoseVS 4c 33
12Cave CrackVS 4c **30
13Cave Crack AlternativeVS 5a *12
14Rock BottomE3 5c 2
15Brown DancerE1 5b 3
16Hangman's WallE1 5b **28
17GibbetE1 5b 1
18Deer Gallows ChimneyVD 44
19Deer Gallows WallHVS 5a *22
20WreathVS 4c 16
21The SkinnerVS 5a, 4c 4
22Crack AttackVS 4c 2
23Gallows HumourE4 6b *1
24Wriggly RouteVS 4c  
25Deer Gallows OriginalD 49
26Staircase RibVD 28
27Poacher's WallMVS 4b  
28The CringeHVS 5b 6
29Gamekeeper's WallVS 4c **3
30Pinnacle Wall Left-handS 23
31Pinnacle Wall Right-handS 35
32Layman's AreteD 53
33No Eye DeerHVS 5b  
34Still No Eye Deerf6A 1
35Deer Mef6A 1
36Up 'n' OverHS 4b *5
37InominataVS 5a 4
38Zig ZagMVS 4b 31
39NozedsVS 5a 8
40KnowsHVS 5b *5
41Pocket WallVS 4c 1
42Gallows PoleVS 5a 7
43Left-hand RouteVD 56
44Right-hand routeVD *59
45SlipHVS 5c *16
46SlipperHVS 5c *1
47Desperate StepHVS 6a 1
48SlitherE1 6a *10
49SlideHVS 5b *11
50Elkf5 3
51Moosef2+ 3
52Rudolff3+ 3
53Venisonf6B 2
54Bambif3 3
55Muntjacf4+ 3
56Bullwinklef6B 1
57Oh Deer!f4 5a 2
58StagHVD *3
59HindVD 3
60The Rising Moonf5+ 5c ***1
61Setting Sunf4+ *1
62Friendly Spiritsf4+ 5
63Flute Problemf4 3
64The Scoopf3 4b 2
65Scrittly Come Dancingf4 4
66The Endf3 4
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