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Hawks stonesWest Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 50 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 427m a.s.l – Faces SW
Hawks stones has been overlooked due to its proximity to the Bridestones, even though it can be seen from the trig point. Hawkstones offers a variety of bouldering problems and a few trad routes.
The rock is green in places and where it isn't green it is slightly crumbly due to lack of use.
The landings are varied but mostly good.
Climbs are describe LEFT to RIGHT
Climbs at this crag
Access to the crag is via a track from the Sportsmansí Inn car park.
Follow the signposted footpath for approx. 200m until meeting an obvious large wooden post, turn left along the path/track and follow this (alongside the old drystone wall) for 200m until a vague track branches leftwards through the heather - The whole route is marked out by thin wooden posts.
Access the crag via the obvious stile - please do not climb over any other fences.
Car park to crag = 10 mins.