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Greator Rocks

Devon, ENGLAND

Climbs 21 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude ? – Faces S

Crag features
A nice little south facing crag. A scattering of small faces and cracks; most of the routes are a little insignificant but its a lovely spot to climb.

Pronounced Gree - ah - tor

Access notes
Quarter of a mile SE of Hound Tor.

Weather forecast

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1.0mm rain
Mainly cloudy
19 °C
19 kph

4.4mm rain
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17 °C
19 kph

1.3mm rain
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16 °C
17 kph

0.6mm rain
Sun
17 °C
15 kph

2.8mm rain
Cloudy
19 °C
16 kph
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Guidebooks
South Devon and Dartmoor (1995)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
 WEST TOR  
2The RibVD 1
3Manali GrooveVS 4c *4
4Gangnam StyleVS 4c 3
5Greator GrooveS 4a 1
6Bump NoteVS 5a 1
7Wrong town, wrong planet (three days late)E2 6a  
8The Savile ExperienceHVS 5b *4
 EAST TOR  
10Holly Tree CrackD 1
11Sexual Misadventures with Fromage FraisS 4b *13
12Lonely Fist of FuryE1 5b 3
 Climb nameGradex
13Blind London EyeE2 5c  
14One Eyed WillyE2 6a/b  
15Tools You Can TrustE1 5a *9
16Cheese GreatorVD 16
17Noosha FoxVS 4c 1
18Greator CornerVS 4c 6
19Greator GarboM 11
20DominatrixHS 4b 4
21Black Fox WallVS 5a 2
22JugularVD 11
23Traverse of Greator Rocks Ridge1 14
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The Savile Experience - think this is called King Jam in SD and D Guide.
Motown - 26/Jul/13

Climbed Cheese Greator today, to discover a nest at the end of the traverse. Therefore probably best avoided for the next couple of months.
D Berry - 04/Apr/10