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Goat Crag, Eskdale

Cumbria, ENGLAND

Climbs 22 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 270m a.s.l – Faces W

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Waiting for the Fall.The FRCC guide shows the wrong start.The route starts on the extreme lt side of the slab left of the flake ,hence the name .It is short on gear and holds for a long way and is more like E2 5b than VS.There is an easier start to the Rt of the flake .W.E.Pattison 1ST Ascentionist.

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Guidebooks

Out of print: Scafell, Dow & Eskdale (1988)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Approach RibM 30
2Bottle WallVS 4b *29
3Quartz IcicleVS 4c *27
4Waiting For the FallHVS 5a 10
5billy the KidHS 4b 27
6Goat RibVD 25
7Nanny FlakesD 10
8Bill WhizzD 11
9End SlabS 16
10Billy Goat CracksVD 31
11Billy Goat AreteM 16
 Climb nameGradex
12Goat CragMS 6
13Goatee BeardMS 20
14Nanny CracksMS 24
15Gruff stuffVS 15
16Monolith SlabMS 12
17Kid's StuffD 10
18Hors D'OeuvresMVS 4c 13
19Short StuffVD 4
20Kid You NotMVS 4a *8
21Bash Street kidsHVD *7
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Hidden by bracken in late summer and autumn but easy to find in spring. As per guidebook, go up to the gate but turn left straight up the hill about 100m after the gate instead of 400 - walk straight up until you get to a small col, go over and you'll see the lower crag ahead on the other side of a dip. Very little gear on most routes I tried but they were also over-graded.
ashaughnessy - 27/May/13

Quite a good bet for a busy weekend, usually pretty quiet. Faces the sun,quick drying with good friction. Mostly slabby routes with flared cracks, so protection is a bit tricky, along with belays but with a good hunt around you can usually find something. Lower crag is about 30 metres high and the Upper around 60 metres. Can be difficult to find trailing through the bracken. Best to bring a machete.
dave wearing - 21/Aug/06