Birk Gill Crag

Climbs 29 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 250m a.s.l – Faces S

Access notes
Park as for Slipstones. Take the normal Slipstones approach until you've gone through the gate onto the moor. Follow a faint path straight on (ie left of the main track). It becomes sketchy, but follow the obvious 'terrace' for a few hundred metres. Eventually you approach a stream branching up to the right. Roughly when you see the trees in the depression with this stream running up, the crag is about 50m down the hill on the left, ie just above the main gill.

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Guidebooks
YMC Yorkshire Gritstone Vol 1 (2012), Yorkshire Gritstone (1999),
Out of print: North East England (2003)

Climbs at this crag

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1Tough EnoughHVS 5b *
2Party PieceHS 4b *
3Fast TrackHS 4b
4SorrentoHS 4b **
5Little MidgetHVS 5b *
6Weany MeanyE1 5b *
7Little WonderHVS 5a *
8Narrow MarginE2 5c **
9Black GrooveHS 4b
10FacadeE1 5b *
11Cutting EdgeHVS 5c
12DownbeatVD
13HeartbeatS 4b
14Birk Gill CrackHS 4b
15Class Action Left HandE2 5b
16Class ActionE2 5b **
17Quantum LeapE2 5c **
18BygonesVD
19Cat WalkHS 4b
20Jolly JefferyHVS 5a
21CorvusVS 4c
22Mary ArcherVD
23Frank's SlabVD *
24Scott's CornerHS 4b
25Frank's Slab - Variation StartVS 5a
26Cave CrackS 4a
27Tony's Slabf3 4b
28Frank's Aretef3 4b
29The LashV10
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