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Thorny Bank Hill Quarry

North Yorkshire, ENGLAND

Climbs 30 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces SW

Crag features
An clean exposed south west facing limestone quarry. The rock is very rough, almost like gritstone, and a little loose looking in places.

Online topos availabe at http://www.climbonline.co.uk/redmire.htm and in the PDF linked at the bottom http://www.climbonline.co.uk/PDFs/Redmire%20new%20sector%20topo.pdf

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Guidebooks

Out of print: North East England (2003)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Owd BartleVS 4c 6
2Cobscar WallE2 5c **3
3Tumbling DiceE1 5b **2
4Dawson's DownfallE2 5c ***3
5Winning StreakE1 5b ***6
6The StripE1 5b *2
7Apedale RoadHVS 5a *4
8Crocodile SandwichE2 5c **2
9House Of CardsE1 5a 2
10Roll The BonesE2 5b * 
11No Cause For AlarmE1 5b 2
12IndrecE2 5c ** 
13Chaytor RakeHVS 5b 4
14It's Good CrackE1 5b **4
 Climb nameGradex
15Odd-JobE1 5a 2
16Pussy GaloreE2 5c * 
17The ScropesVS 4c 3
18GrapeshotVD 2
19Unnamed CrackE2 5c * 
20Unnamed CornerHVS 5a  
21The Flashing Blade6c 1
22Unnamed thin CrackE4 6a *** 
23Unnamed LaybackHVS 5b  
24Scooper DooperVS 4c 1
25Thumbs UpVS 4c  
26GordonE3 5c ** 
27MassacreVS 5a  
28Starting PointE3 5c * 
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Access notes
Access is described as sensitive. Another part of the site is apparently still a working quarry.

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Went here today and there is a big sign saying No Public Access, including equestrian, climbing, walking, motorbikes and vehicles. Went to have a look at the crag and a man in hi-vis orange overalls was wandering around. I assume it is well monitored!
Matt Bill Platypus - 02/Aug/09

Good climbing and gear on the routes on the left. The rock is clean but the alder bushes at the bottom will need cutting down before long as they'll start to spoil the routes.
petellis - 21/Jul/09