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Barrow Scout Cove

Lancashire, ENGLAND

Climbs 18 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces N

Crag features
Great little crag for sunny summer evenings. Some excellent views can be had from the top. Limited parking is available in a lay-by directly under the crag, after passing Scout Crag Caravan site. Located 40m up the hillside in the trees. Good range of sport climbing and the imposing roof section has an array of good routes at E3+

Access notes
Follow a rubble path from the north end of the lay-by. Coppicing and limited use means that the path leading up from the road is well vegetated, please be conscientious of the environmentally sensitive area.

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Weather forecast

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0.8mm rain
Mainly cloudy
17 °C
24 kph

1.2mm rain
Cloudy
17 °C
26 kph

2.2mm rain
Cloudy
17 °C
21 kph

3.4mm rain
Mainly cloudy
18 °C
15 kph

3.8mm rain
Sun
15 °C
20 kph
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Guidebooks
Lancashire Rock (1999),
Out of print: Northern Limestone (2004)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1JohnnoVS 4c  
2Fuel My Fire7a+  
3Serial Thrilla7b+ * 
4The Perfect Drug6c * 
5WhitewoodE1 5c *2
6Their Law7a+ 1
7Like a Dick Only Smaller6a+ *8
8Sleeping Sickness6a+ *8
9TV Tan5a 16
 Climb nameGradex
10Picture This4c 19
11The Modern World3+ 22
12Modern Man3+ 20
13Scouse4c 11
14Pincher5c **10
15CavemanHVS 5a *4
16Going Underground6c *2
17Ten in 20105c  
18The Grey Race6b * 
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Spent a very pleasant day at the crag today. Winter meant that vegetation was low for the most part. Bolts on most routes are in good condition, as too are lower-offs. Going to contact local environmental bodies to enquire about cutting back some of the bramble, particularly on the decent paths.
Joe W-O - 28/Dec/13

There are two types of bolts in use here, u shaped ones mortared in and the normal screwed in D thingies. The D ones are alright but the U ones are loose or badly corroded. Also got 5 tick bites from this place.
afeuillade - 29/May/12