Chapel Stile Boulders

Climbs 40 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude ? – Faces ?

Crag features
The Chapel Stile circuit is the area of small craglets, both natural and quarried, situated on the fell side above Chapel Stile in Langdale. The area has long been used by local climbers but the ‘Circuit’ has always been something of a mystery - difficult to describe and not obvious. Most people just visit ‘Rough Wall’ but as you will discover there is a wealth of excellent bouldering here and plenty of scope for development on the easy walls and slabs strewn across the pleasant hillside.

Access notes
Park anywhere in Chapel Stile that is not blocking an entrance and is not at the Co-op. Head up to the Church and go up some steps to its right. Go through a gate and head right past a house on the left and head up the hillside to a path.

Lakes Bouldering (2006)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Wall 1V1 5c **29
2Wall 2V0+ 5b *48
3H&M Smith TraverseV2 6a *29
4H&M Smith GrooveV1 5c 30
5H&M Smith SloperV2 6a 19
6H&M Smith CrackV2 6a 2
7Great White SlabV0- 4c 51
8Frittner StartV0 5a *32
9The 'Frittner' TraverseV2 6a **3
10Billy Bucket TraverseV2 6a 12
11Pocket Slab Far RightV1 5b *71
12Pocket Slab RightV0 5a **62
13Pocket Slab CentreV0+ 5b **66
14Pocket Slab LeftV0- 4b **75
15Pocket Slab Far LeftV0+ 5b 62
16Overhanging Wall RightV2 6a *13
17Overhanging Wall LeftV0 5a **34
18Pike RidgeVB ***64
19The Diamond RightV1 5c 44
20The Diamond LeftV3 **33
21Norwegian Wall RightV1 5b 2
22Norwegian Wall CentreV2 6a *2
23Norwegian CrackV1 5b *4
24Easy SlabVB ***52
25Snatching the RoughV7 ***22
26Snatching the Rough SSV7 ***1
27Feeling RoughV5 **37
28Rough FlakeV4 *32
29No Feet WallV2 6a ***15
30Tea BreakV0+ 5b 28
31Coffee BreakV3 **12
32Quarry EntranceV0 5a *76
33Entrance TraverseV0 5a *43
34Ly'al Fella's WallV6 16
35The Slab of DeathV0- 4c *53
36The Slab of LifeV1 5a *40
37The Arete of LifeV0 5a 27
38The Backside of DeathV3 *20
39The Last WallV0- 4c 35
40No Feet Wall (with feet)V0 10
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