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Harden CragWest Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 15 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude 200m a.s.l – Faces SW
The surrounding is peaceful and consists of unspoilt woodland with plenty of bilberry plants should the climbing not be to your taste.
Please note that the boulder problems were climbed after a 2 week dry spell in the middle of summer and this is probably the best time to appreciate the venue.
Climbs at this crag
On open access land frequented by dog walkers. From Harden drive up the steep and winding Keighley Road for approx 1km to a small rectangular car park on the left. Follow the path for ~100m to a kissing gate. Here is a rock with 5 small boulder problems. Take the path leftwards and continue down-hill now within woodland for approximately 200m to another path. Again take the left fork and continue for about 50m until the crag is found. If struggling then locate the dry stone wall and continue to the bottom (SW) corner of the field. The crag can be seen from here.
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