Heysham Head

Climbs 33 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces ?

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In need of TLC

Guide on lakesbloc (http://www.lakesbloc.com/crags/anomalous-crags/217-heysham-head.html.

http://www.lakesbloc.com/guides/heyshamhead-guide.pdf

There are some great problems, especially for beginners like me - I can't guarantee how good it is for the seasoned climber, but there's a few I intend on going back to work on. I've only ever been during the day, you do get some chavs around the evening!

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Perfectly fine location for a few hours of playing. All spread over sea crags, boulders in fields and boulders in the woods. The area is very popular with dog walkers so beware. Also a fair bit of broken glass in the wooded section. However, pleasant enough.
Rampikino - 17/Mar/14
Someone should up load photo's of these problems/ where they are :)
Sol Armer - 31/Mar/13
Unlike some people don't see the problem with the climbs hear many need a good clean up but as for chavs think some ppl need to grow a pair if ya get my drift
bigworthy - 13/Apr/12
Poo. Don't bother.
lancslon - 20/Jan/08
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