Crosland Moor

Climbs 24 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude 180m a.s.l – Faces NE

Crag features
More obscure quarried grit prone to flytipping and returning to nature. Best problems found on far west quarry.

Online guide (with pdf download) now available from:

Access notes
No known access issues, plenty of footpaths pass along the edge.

Kirklees Climbing Website,
Out of print: Huddersfield Area (2002)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
2Problem 1VB 4b
3Problem 2VB 4c
5Front WallS 4b *
6Broken WallVD 3c *
7Billy the NoseE2 5b *
8Problem 6V0 5a
9Problem 7VB 4c
10Problem 8VB 4c
11Problem 9V0 5a
12Drop Out Slab - leftVB 4c
13Drop Out Slab - middleVB 4a
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What a shithole!!!!
grubes - 14/Apr/11
Overgrown back in the day and getting worse. There's a few more small quarries on the other side of Deep Lane.
Alex Thompson - 19/Oct/10
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