Cleeve Hill

Climbs 32 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 330m a.s.l – Faces all

Guidebooks
South West Climbs - Volume 1 (2012), Symonds Yat (2010)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
 CHEESE BUTTRESS 
2Little Tree CrackVS 4c
3Beginners' ChimneyD
4Grassy GrooveVD
5Cheese ChimneyVD
6The ArêteHVS 4c
7Slab and CrackE2 5b
8Middle CrackE2 5c *
9Right CrackE2 5b *
10L'age du FrommageE3 5c
 THE WALLS 
12Wall Traversenone 5b
13In Memoriam: NBHVS 4b
14Loose ArêteS 4a
15Bell's ChimneyD
16Cracked WallE2 5b *
17Zigzag CrackVS 5a
 CORNER BUTTRESS 
19Two Pitch RouteM
20Peg RouteVS 4c
21Wall and RoofHVS 5b
22Hollis Belly TraverseVD
23The FaceHVS 5a
24The NoseHVS 5a
25Square Cut Roofnone 6b
26Square Cornernone 6a *
27Nose Rightnone 5b
 THE BOULDERS 
29Nettle TraverseV1 5c
30Small OverhangV0 5a
31Lower TraverseV2 6a
32Higher TraverseV3 6a
33Cleeve Hill summitsummit
34Teenage kicksS *
35A Unique SnowflakeVD 5a ***
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nice brisk walk on a winters day, little snow still on the ground, great views!
Joe Curry - 12/Feb/12
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