Climbs 15 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 222m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
Two small buttresses and one larger one. Routes up to E1 but some harder problems either not done or toproped - one very hard wall (cleaned in 1996 but was it done at all?) [Thanks, Justin Sheils]

(Edit: No it wasn't! Certain death awaits all those who try it.)

Access notes
see guidebook.


Out of print: North East England (2003), North York Moors (1985)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1Kepwick CrackHS 4a
2A Thousand Swooping PigeonsE2 5c
3Leg SlipVS 4b
4OffsideHS 4b
5Warble FlyE1 5b
6Sticky WicketE1 5b
7Maiden OverVS 4c
8StumpedVS 4c
9Silly Mid OnVS 4c
10TrueE7 6b/c
11The Kepwick Groove- Left Hand FinishE8 6c? **
12Gold (WIthout Side-Runners)E9 7a?
13GoldE8 7a **
14Silly Mid OffV0-
15Keep Off The GrassVB
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Visited this crag and the rhodedendrons were in bloom again. Led Kepwick Crack and the top out on slippery grass was horrendous. Managed to fist-jam a rabbit hole which helped significantly.
popebenedictus - 13/May/07
Visited October 15th 2006 with rhododendrons in flower ! Top roped Kepwick Crack which would be a little gem but for the very dodgy and scruffy finish. "Offside", which is only a 5m HS was a testing little problem with plenty of gear which is just as well because it also has a dodgy finish. Look out for the belay spikes.
nocker - 15/Oct/06
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