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Scugdale - Scot Crags North Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 169 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 307m a.s.l – Faces SW
A pleasant edge of hard sandstone that extends along the rim of this quiet valley. The crag rarely reaches more than 10m in height and offers everything from pleasant slabs to technical cracks and aretes to pumpy overhangs.
Recommended routes: Tippling Wall (5a), The Shelf (5c), Hangover (4c), Zeta Wall (4c), Pingers (5a)
Northern England (2008),
Out of print: North East England (2003), North York Moors (1985)
Climbs at this crag
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Dogs on short leads - farmland.
From Swainby (on the A172) head south-east on a minor road on the true L bank of the beck that flows through the village, until you can cross the beck by a ford. Continue with care up the road for 3 mi to the road head and park with care.
5 min walk leads to the crag.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.
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Fantastic quality rock, such a great place! Love it after just one visit!|
ebachini - 15/Jul/10
fantastic crag with some very good problems.
if you only solo razor rib in the early morning sun then it's worth the trip alone.
rain dog... - 07/Sep/04
fantastic crag, beautifull setting, brilliant rock and possibly the finest V-Diff solo anywhere!
if you only go to solo 'razor rib' in the early morning sun then your trip will have been worthwile!
rain dog... - 06/Sep/04