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Horsehold Scout

West Yorkshire, ENGLAND

Climbs 39 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 220m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
Liable to hold lichen; best after a dry spell. Up to 70ft high but exposure makes it feel bigger. Fun for sub-E1 leaders - but not a lot.

Access notes
From Todmorden join the A646 towards Hebden Bridge. After 3.7mi, just before going under a railway, the crags are visible across the canal. Take the first R over the canal; a footpath leads to the bridge.

Weather forecast

 Today  Tue  Wed  Thu  Fri 

1.9mm rain
Mainly cloudy
16 °C
12 kph

0.7mm rain
Mainly cloudy
15 °C
10 kph

0.3mm rain
Mainly cloudy
17 °C
9 kph

0.4mm rain
Mainly cloudy
18 °C
11 kph

0.2mm rain
Sunny periods
17 °C
10 kph
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Yorkshire Gritstone (1999)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1KestrelHS *2
2Guano GroovesVS 4c 1
3Birthday CrackHS 4b **1
4TrioVD 1
5Birthday WallVS 4c 1
6Pigeon LoftD 1
7Homer's FlightVS 4c 2
8OdysseyVS 5a 1
9The Bit.VS 4c 1
10Charleston WallVS 4c **2
11Original RouteS 4a *4
12The Long Climb.S 2
13GreensleevesS ***5
14Tap DanceS 3
15Long CornerVD 4
16The PodS *2
17The GrooveVD 2
18Overhanging CornerVS 4c 1
19Pocked GrooveVD 3
20Pocked WallS 2
 Climb nameGradex
21GracelandsHVS 5a 1
22The SizzlerVS 4b **2
23HarrietHVS 5a 1
24FirelighterVS 4b 2
25BigfootVD 1
26TumbrilVS 5a 1
27Phil's RouteVD 1
28Hartley'sHS 4
29PortraitVS 4c 1
30Blue WatchVS 5a 1
31MancubHVS 5b  
32Toe i' th' 'OleHVS 5b ** 
33Perfectly Frank (Davies)VS 4c 1
34Pinnacle GullyD 1
35The PinnacleHVD 1
36Approach ShoeM 2
37Nimbi love danceE3 6a ** 
38Craig's AreteE4 6a *** 
39BustardMVS 4b 1
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Is the crag next to horsehold road 'passing place' part of horsehold scout or a seperate crag?
agolay - 21/Jul/14

An unjustly neglected crag. Permanently green, but the rock's so rough this makes little difference. Dries rapidly after rain.
Simon Caldwell - 16/Apr/11