Belmont Hall Crags

Climbs 25 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 190m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
Two buttresses in wooded valley. The lefthand buttress is split by the wide crack of Kneewrecker Chimney (HVS) and bounded on its right by the superb The Face (E5 6b) and its left by the Jester (E5 6a) and the Clown (E3 6a).

The Righthand Buttress is best visited for it central route Cave Crack (VS 4b) which has a bit of bridging to begin folowed by perfect hand jamming.

Access notes
The land appears to be quite open and there have never been any access issues.

Guidebooks
Staffordshire Gritstone, The Roaches (2009), Staffordshire Grit - The Roaches (2004)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
1VertigoVD
2The ClownE3 6a **
3The JokerE3 6a *
4Kneewrecker ChimneyHVS 4c **
5the faceE5 6b **
6Deadwood GrooveHVS 4c
7Twisting CrackD
8Hassell's CrackVD
9Cave RibHS 4a
10Cave CrackVS 4b *
11Flake TraverseS
12In Days of HoldE2 6b
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