Hoad Slabs

Climbs 7 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 52m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
A great evening crag for locals (not many routes to go at for those traveling from further afield) with routes around 20m that are generally well protected & have an abundance of holds. The top of the slabs has an abundance of bolts!

Approach notes
From Hoad Ln take the lower right hand path up Hoad Hill and continue for 2 mins.

Guidebooks
Lancashire Rock (1999)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Hoad WayD 37
2AirwayVS 4b 56
3Hoad RoadHVS 5a 51
4Armchair VariantHS 4c 54
5Devil's ArmchairS 4a 60
6RailwayHS 4a 51
7PullerVD 6
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check out www.ulverstonrockclimbing.co.uk for further details about the routes, etc at the Hoad.
windagopsychosis - 16/Dec/10
There are 4 good bolts at the top of the slab which are easily accessible from the paths meaning a good place to set up bottom ropes. Easy routes. Good place for teaching?
dhuck88 - 04/Dec/07
Well worth a visit. Easy access and all the routes are worthwhile. Good pro where you need it.
Simon2005 - 19/Jun/07