Ingleby Boulders North Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 120 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 234m a.s.l – Faces SW
Many problems covering a huge area of hillside below Greenhow Bank. Most of the bouldering is on boulders that lie beneath the main crag but there are also other boulders in the forest and above the forest running north. Details will be included in the bouldering guide for the area out late 2014.
Park at a large lay-by at the small farm/village of Bank Foot. Please do not drive down the road as it is private. The incline below the crag is reached after about 45 minutes walk although a mostly flat bike ride significantly reduces the time to the incline. The boulders in the forest can be reached in half an hour or so, some are in light woodland and dry quickly but some need several days of dry weather before a visit is recommended. Alternatively you can follow the road past Park Nab up onto the moor to limited parking at a sharp bend just before the road drops into Baysdale. Take the main track across the moor and drop down onto the boulders which takes about 30 minutes.
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