Stormy Hall

Climbs 40 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 300m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
Some good sit-start bouldering and a few highball buttress, with a one minute walk in from where the Stormy Hall bank (from botton) meets The Blakey road. Good rock and with some good problems in the V3-V8 range. Worth a visit if passing.

Access notes
Walk down from the Lay-by, should be reet.

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
 PENNY BLOCK  
2Storming Normanf6B *3
3Direct Stormf6C 3
4Goes With Toesf6A+ *3
5Dawes Couldn't Do Itf6B 4
 UPPER TIER  
7Stormy WednesdayHVS 5b 2
8The Storm AreteVS 5a *1
9Flash FloodHVS 5b *3
 THE ALCOVE  
11I Hate Vertebratesf5+ 3
12Angry Woodlousef6C *6
 THE PINNACLE  
14Body Torquef7A+ ***9
15Angry Bee Dynof7B+ *1
16Small Torquef5+ 3
17Under Torquef7A 1
 MICRO WALL AREA  
19Sidepull SlabV1 5b 1
20Jagged areteV0 4c 1
21Micro SlabV1 5b 1
22Triple CracksV0+ 5a 1
 STORMING NORMAN BOULDER  
24Doogef5+ 2
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