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Pudding Stone

Cumbria, ENGLAND

Climbs 30 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude 393m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
Made up of three boulders in the coppermines valley above Coniston, in a line along the coppermines path. Split Rock is the lowest, then the Pudding Stone itself then the Ridge Stone, on (you guessed it), the ridge. The rock is good, with good descents. Some routes on the west face are high, so it may be advisable to toprope. [John Roberts]

Access notes
From Coniston take the second R after the bridge, for Walna Scar. Turn left up a very steep hill and continue to the fell gate. Turn R and follow the track for about 0.5 miles, until parking spaces. Follow the quarry track rightwards across the hillside until it turns into a path. The Pudding Stone is just beyond. The Ridge Stone is situated to the north, over a stream. The Split Rock is about 80m south.

Weather forecast

 Today  Sat  Sun  Mon  Tue 

10.1mm rain
Mainly cloudy
15 °C
16 kph

13.9mm rain
Mainly cloudy
15 °C
15 kph

0.4mm rain
Sun
12 °C
16 kph

0.0mm rain
Sun
16 °C
8 kph

0.7mm rain
Sun
16 °C
9 kph
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Guidebooks
The Lakes - Fax04 (1994)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Ridge Stone P22V0- 4c 10
2Ridge Stone P23V0 5a 9
3Ridge Stone P21V0+ 5b 5
4Murrays CornerV0 5a *7
5Back CrackVB 9
6Problem 20V1 5c 4
 Climb nameGradex
7Problem 29V0 5a 5
8Split Block - Left Arete *V0+ 3
9Split Block - The Crack *V3 ***1
10Split Block - Right Arete *V5 *2
11Split Block - The Face *V6 **1
12Split Block - Problem 29 *V0 3
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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