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Castlebergh Crag North Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 26 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 189m a.s.l – Faces E
New sport crag above Settle town centre. A range of easier climbs from f4 to f6a+, and some good harder lines in the f6c to f7b range.
See UKC Article here,
PLEASE NOTE: After the severe weather this winter (09/10) there have been reports of lots of loose rock on the easy routes on the left of the crag. In one reported case a very large flake fell near '3 Peaks Bunk Room'. Please be very careful and remember to wear your helmet!
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Enjoyed my visit to this crag. Easy to get to, convenient for the cafes of Settle.
The climbing was a little worrying at times due to some loose rock, but the bolts add an element of reassurance. A good place to remember your helmet, especially whilst belaying.
A Mountain Journey - 06/Mar/14
Great crag. Well bolted.
John Hunt - 16/Mar/13
Good day out - great value crag given how accessible it is. Some small loose rock, but no different to Giggleswick.
Good rock from around 8/9 onwards, but the easier stuff would be perfect for first leads.
Bertbee - 17/Jun/12
Climbed there this weekend on routes up to 6b. Some alright routes, some loose rock, but not a deathtrap. Not a place to dick about though
psychomansam - 15/May/12
The easier routes are virtually all poor. A loose and potentially dangerous venue.
Bulls Crack - 13/May/10
5min walk (if that) from town centre carparking - Didnt manage to climb as got rained off (good tea shops in settle though!), but routes in general looked pretty good - the steeper lines 13-20 suffer a little seepage, but all other routes dry quickly
will definately be back here before it gets too polished but more traffic will help clean the rock on the lower grades (lines 1-8)
Woodiee - 17/Nov/09
Great winter venue I think gets full sun and is reasonable sheltered. lower greade routes are not great - the 6C's and above are on the best rock.
Tom Phillips - 10/Sep/09