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Middle Edge Rocks

Greater Manchester, ENGLAND

Climbs 6 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 420m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
Consist of Middle Edge Tower and Bowsrock. A delightful little venue with good views and excellent rock. Bowsrock contains an excellent roof climb in an idyllic location.

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3.2mm rain
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13 °C
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3.2mm rain
13 °C
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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1TitanicE1 5b *** 
2Feel the PinchHVS 5b * 
3Afternoon DelightHVS 5a ** 
 Climb nameGradex
4The LeechE1 5c * 
5Too Hot for a BuffaloVS 5a  
6Sunset WallHS 4b  
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Access notes
Drive from Greenfield up the ‘Isle of Skye’ road and park in a layby on the left just below the top of the hill, as for Standing Stones. Go through the gate which is 100m further on, and follow the track to Rimmon Cottage. Now follow the moor edge above and right of Rimmon Clough and descend to its junction with Holme Clough, below the east end of Standing Stones. Go up Holme Clough, climbing past a waterfall, then scramble 50m up the hillside to a projecting rock, Bowsrock (SE 042052). To get to Middle Edge Tower continue up the moor edge past a small crag untill 200m past this the obvious isolated pinnacle is reached

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