Ashworth Moor Quarry

Climbs 24 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude ? – Faces W

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Good evening bouldering venue for a dedicated local. A topo is to be found at:

http://members.multimania.co.uk/southlancsbouldering/crag%20selection%20table/ashworth.htm

Access notes
Traveling from Edenfield along the A680, you'll see Ashworth Reservoir on you right as you do look out for a large car park belonging to a currently out of business curry house, park here (never had any trouble) cross the road and head back on yourself you'll find a small gate on your left, take it and follow this path round for 3-5 mins and you see a old mill/house structure if you walk through/passed this you should see the crag high and to you left.

Guidebooks
Lancashire Bouldering (2014), Lancashire Rock (1999)

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Right of the bouldering area there are a significant number of short trad lines (stakes are in place above) - this venue will be included in the definitive Lancashire Guidebook.
PontiusPirate - 23/Sep/14
The small gate is on the right, not the left!
bullybones - 20/Sep/14
The Curry House building is now a day nursery. Park a hundred or so yards nearer Rochdale opposite the Pub O'wd Betts.
SnJsDad - 05/Mar/14
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