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Ousel's Nest

Lancashire, ENGLAND

Climbs 36 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude ? – Faces S

Crag features
A steep crag,though routes are also technical. Still scope for few more new routes.Needs more ascents now to keep it clean.

Access notes
No access restictions.
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Weather forecast

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0.0mm rain
Sunny periods
13 °C
9 kph

0.2mm rain
15 °C
15 kph

0.4mm rain
Mainly cloudy
15 °C
21 kph

0.9mm rain
Mainly cloudy
16 °C
21 kph

0.6mm rain
13 °C
18 kph
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Lancashire Rock (1999)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1EarwigHVS 5a 2
2Napoleon SoloE3 6a 3
3AnarchyVS 4b 16
4Artificial InsinuationVS 4b  
5LarcenyS 4a 3
6Hogmanay SlabVD **16
7Chasing RainbowsE2 5b **10
8MetropolisVS 4b 5
9Flat BatteryVS 4c  
10Knight of the BathVS 4b  
11The Hollow MenE3 6a  
12The Last SupperHVS 5a  
13Jemima PuddleduckE2 5c  
14Threshold of a NightmareE2 5c  
15Exile and the KingdomE4 6b ** 
16The CrucifixE2 5c * 
17A Thief in the NightE4 6b ** 
18Pigeon Toad Orange PeelE5 6b ***1
 Climb nameGradex
19Mr and Mrs Liptrot Go to the SeasideE4 6a  
20Angel DelightHVS 5b 1
21The Angel of DeathHVS 5a * 
22The Prayer BatteryE3 5c  
23Gauntlet RouteE3 5c ** 
24LaceHVS 5a 2
25Faith and EnergyE4 6a 2
26The Red RoseE2 5b 2
27Please Ring the PlumberVS 4c *15
28Wiggerley WormHVS 5a 3
29Imitation of LifeE2 5c **3
30Angel's KissE2 5a  
31Sorry SidHVS 5a  
32ResurrectionHVS 5a 7
33Captain HooklegHVS 5a *3
34Little WallVD 4b *10
35Sleeping BeautyHS **1
36Elliots traverse7a+ **2
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Tim Greenhalgh and Friends have done a really good job of bringing this crag into the lime light. Well worth a visit, I was surprised how dry it stays in wet weather.
Derek Kenyon - 23/May/14