White House Quarry (Blackstone Edge Delf)

Climbs 19 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude ? – Faces ?

Crag features
The Small quarry, also known as Blackstone Edge Delf, lies 100m South of the White House pub, on the way to blackstone Edge. Its mainly a bouldering Ground with local interest, which is useful for a workout for an hour or so, however could become more popular and important with a good clean !

Access notes
No access issues as far as im aware, however please be mindful and respectful to the area, and remove anything you bring with you.

To get to the Quarry, follow the foot path about 100m down hill from the Whitehouse pub, up the winding path, as you reach the top the quarry is right in front of you.

Lancashire Bouldering (2014), Lancashire Rock (1999)

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Hi Bruce, the guide has only been seen by a few people in the guidebook team (including me) so give the guy a break! The two lines he claims aren't actually in the guide, but have probably been done in the dim and distant past.
Frank the Husky - 10/Oct/13
Sorry to spoil the show. This quarry has been climbed on for 70 years. The guide for it is written and shows nearly 30 climbs. Major cleaning was undertaken about 5/6 years ago by local climbers. I was there in about '69 and there were obvious climbs there then. Subsequent visits by various people brought it up to date. It was always a minor bouldering venue but that too was changing as more people visited. Sorry to say this but you have claimed something already in ,well founded, existence. I suggest that it be withdrawn. Contact me via this site for more info. Bruce Goodwin.
Bruce Goodwin - 22/May/13
There has been rockfall at the left side of the quarry with the recent weather making topping out difficult on some routes. There is also some loose rock in places.
Scott Dunkley - 19/Aug/12