Manaton Rocks

Climbs 28 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 320m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features

Woodland bouldering with an outstanding highball arete...

Access notes

Unfortunately, the owner of the rocks appears not to permit climbing on the boulders left of the path (hidden in the woods) when walking up from Manaton. The footpath passing through the boulders is a public right of way.

Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

South Devon and Dartmoor (1995)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1P.1 Jamming CrackVB 4c  
2P.2 Thin WallV3 6a  
3P.3 WallV0+ 5b  
4P.4 RH RibV3 6a  
5P.5 Mossy WallV0+ 5b  
6P.6 LH Mossy WallVB 3a  
7P7. Blunt AreteVB 4b 1
8P.8 L - R TraverseV2 5c 1
9P.9 CrackV0 5a 1
10P.10 Rounded BreaksV0+ 5b 1
11P.11 Yew GesteV4 6b 1
12P.12 Granite KissV0 5a  
13P.13 SlabVB 4a  
14P.14 CrackV2 5c  
15P.15 Steep WallVB 5a  
16P.16 Rising TraverseV1 5c  
17P.17 Overhanging WallV7 6c  
18P18. Rippled WallVB 4a 1
19P19. Easier LH version of 18VB 3a 1
20P.20 Knobbly RibVB 4b  
21P.21 Rising TraverseVB 4b  
22P.22 CrackVB 2b  
23P.23 Thin WallV3 6a  
24P.24 RH RibV1 5b  
25P.25 LH Rib and AreteV3 6a  
26P.26 RibVB 5a  
27P.27 FlakeVB 3a  
28P.28 Flying FlakeVB 4b  
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tomwheeler - 23/May/11