Nab End

Climbs 25 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude 400m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
Small broken quarries north of Pule Hill, contains a handful of boulder problems and potential for projects.

Left-hand side area marred by being north-facing and a tad green.

Right-hand side area is east-facing but has loose top-outs.

Leaning Wall Area suffers from drainage.

Access notes
On National Trust estate - no known access issues.

Park on small lay-by opposite entrance to The Hay Green Hotel, take stile and follow footpath uphill westwards.

Guidebooks
Over the Moors (2012), Lancashire Rock (1999),
Out of print: Huddersfield Area (2002)

Climbs at this crag

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 SUNNY SIDE UP (AKA RIGHT SIDE AREA) 
16Problem 1VB 5a *
17Problem 2VB 4c
18Cannonball CrackVS 4c *
19Cheap ThrillsE3 5b
20One Shot DealE2 5c **
21The Slow RoadE3 6a **
22Problem 4V0 5a *
23Various Obscenities Directed at Margaret ThatcherVD 3a
24Ram's RutS
25Tup's GrooveVD
 LEANING WALL AREA 
27Leaning Wall Area Problem 1V2 5c
28Leaning Wall Area Problem 2V4 6a *
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So is Pule Hill, Shooters Nab and other Standedge Area crags from the Lancashire Brick - they are being adopted into the new Moorland Grit.
Alex Thompson - 11/Oct/10
this is not in Lanc it is yorkshire
grubes - 11/Oct/10
Various Obsenities... was the only route at Nab End mentioned in the Lancashire Guide. Read into that what you will!
Alex Thompson - 31/Jan/09
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These details were last updated on 08/Feb/2013
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