Climbs 7
Rocktype Gritstone
Altitude 270m a.s.l
Faces NW

The long move to the lip on the Cookie Monster at Calf crag © JamesTurnbull97

Crag features

Discovered by Francis Holland, Calf Crag consists of two boulders overlooking Nidderdale. The boulders can be scritty in places, but this is excused for by the wonderful Cookie Monster. Perfect for a quick visit after Guisecliff or Brandrith.

Approach notes

Access has not been an issue, but it is close to the two farm houses so out of respect please keep noise to a minimum. Please park on the lay-by before the second bend and not anywhere on the farm track.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
 Lower Boulder 
3Unnamed Problemf7A+  
4Slopey Boulder Traversef7A  
5Bald Eaglef5 1
 Upper Boulder 
7Dr MGf6C 1
8Cookie Monsterf6B 2
9Who took the Cookie?f4 1

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