Harmer's Wood

Climbs 57 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 110m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
Small quarry with bouldering. Needs dry weather; very green when damp.

Approach notes
Park by entrance to Harmer's Wood.

Guidebooks
Cheshire & Merseyside Sandstone (2012),
Out of print: Sandstone Climbing in Cheshire and Merseyside (1998)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1The Traversef6C 4
 CLASSROOM QUARRY  
3Easy AreteV0 4c 14
4Mossy CornerV0 5a 17
5LoopsV2 5c **22
6StitchV0 5a 12
7Bank RobberV0+ 5a 1
8TweedledeeV0 7
9The Mad HatterV3 6a 1
10Through The Looking Glassf4+ 6
11Mark's Slabf6B+ 6
12Tom's Wallf6C 6
13Lobster Quadrillef6B+ *4
14Little Groovef4 51
15Alice's Aretef3+ 71
16Alice's Arete (R/H variant, Alice's Sister?)V1 5c 1
17Yates' Layawayf6B+ 20
18Harmadillof7A 4
19Cheshire Catf6A 15
20Queen of Heartsf6C 16
21White Rabbitf4+ 34
22High Heavenf6C+ 3
23March Haref6A+ 5
24Big PocketV2 5c *20
25Letter Box Wallf5 40
26Gout and AboutV6 6c * 
27Jam Tomorrowf4 61
28The ScoopV2 **12
29The Scoop DirectV3 *3
30Self-HarmerV6 6b 1
31Babyblockf7A+ 8
32Bexf6A 53
33Dormouse Arete Leftf5+ 50
34Dormouse Arete Rightf5 44
35Leppert's LeapV4 6b *8
36Drink MeV1 5a 24
37Shrink MeV0 5c 17
38Tiny AreteV0 4c 39
39Tea PartyV3 6a  
 HAYDEN'S QUARRY  
41ItV1 5b  
42Haydn's wallV1 5c  
43Dump WallV3 6a  
44Stigaretef5 *17
45The Mudlarkf7A+ ** 
46The Midnight Bellf7A **1
47The Prodigal Sonsf6C+ *1
48The Dark Arkf7A+ ***1
49Harmer's Aretef5+ 14
50At the drive inf7A 2
51The Otter's PocketsV4 6b 2
52The Fifth Night of My DrinkingV6 6b 1
53The Fourth Night of My DrinkingV6 6b 1
54ClarityV4 *2
55English HeritageV4 6b 3
56Home from AlabamaV3 6a 5
57Martin's TraverseV2 *7
58Ben's one moverV4 *3
59The Carpenter *V2 5c **1
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A lovely venue in the right conditions - clean and beautiful arÍtes and technical corners.
andy gittins - 28/Apr/13