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Sergeant Crag Slabs Cumbria, ENGLAND
Climbs 20 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 400m a.s.l – Faces W
Not to be confused with Sergeant Crag, which is close but different - UKC Ed.
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Descent from the crag has been subject to a lot of debate over the last few years. The bolts placed to replace the removed tree on the left hand side of the crag have been chopped; however the BMC has decided to replace them. For full details see http://www.thebmc.co.uk/news_det.asp?item_id=923
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Pleased to see how nice and green and untrampled the vegetation is at the top of the crag, thanks to rap station. No need to erode the hillside.|
Rog Wilko - 04/Jul/11
Use the lower off to prevent errosion to the side of the crag at the landowners request
lukerockwalker - 24/Jul/10
Brilliant slab climbing. There is a brand new bolted ab station as of summer 2010. Don't know why, but there you go.
jonny taylor - 21/Jun/10
Walk off descent (to the R of the crag as you face it) is v straightforward. No need to ab down the routes.
Owen W-G - 29/Apr/09
an amazing place with ego building rock, great views nice size and an amazing rock even compared to grit! well worth the bush walk up.
IanJackson - 16/Jul/06