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Cold Stone Crag

Lancashire, ENGLAND

Climbs 16 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude ? – Faces S

Crag features
Nice little crag situated approx. one mile from the lay-by at Keasden Head. The easy graded routes seem quite easy for their grade while the harder routes seem hard for theirs!

There are anchor options at the top but pick wisely. Might be useful to have a long sling/extra piece of rope and run anchors back to some old posts approx 10m beyond the top of the crag (not a perfect option on their own though).

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Access notes
Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1The JackdawE1 5b 1
2The JackalE2 5b  
3KerouacHVS 5a  
4JackanoryE1 5b *2
5Jumping Jack FlashHS 4a 3
6Jack It UpS 4a 1
7Jolly Jack TarHVS 5b 1
8Jack the RipperHVS 5b 2
 Climb nameGradex
9Donkey JacketVS 4c 5
10JacksonvilleHS 4b 5
11Jack the LadVD 9
12Jack FrostVD 10
13Uncle Jack's Blue and White ArmyD 13
14Who's Jack?HD  
15Jacket OffVD  
16Jack it inD  
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It's a bit further than a mile to the crag - keep going along the wall, and you eventually see the crag above you (there are lots of boulders & craglets off to the other side of the wall, but you'll know when you've found the crag!). Not that I didn't find it the first time I went or anything...
net - 09/Apr/07