Altitude 240m a.s.l
Dan on Rubble Rouser (F6a+) at Foredale © Si Withington
*Please note that due to a few climbers ignoring the access agreements at this crag it is currently closed to climbers. Please see the following UKC thread for more details http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?n=459666 *
Routes mainly in the range of 6a+ - 6c+ but there are also a selection of easier (4 - 5+) routes and a handful of 7a's too. Walls that face all aspects. A great outlook opposite penyghent, with little seepage after light rain. Routes in the region of 14 meters on average, but there are some fanatastic multi pitch routes at grades F6C and F7a.
Currently closed to climbers - see http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?n=459666
Park at the end of the quarry road in an obvious parking area, just before the sharp left-hand bend and the main farm.
Walk past the farm (no noise please) and up the lane. Midway between the sharp bend and the cottages, branch left (BMC Sign in place) up a grassy ridge to the right of the fence - follow this to the old slate quarry, traverse right to a small gate and enter the quarry.
No dogs, fires or camping allowed.
|Please note - As of this week, climbing at Foredale is no longer permitted.
Unfortunately a few selfish people have spoilt it for the rest of us
The landowner was fed up due to several reasons
People taking dogs to the crag despite several notices requesting no dogs
Litter being dropped around the area of the crag
Damage to walls especially in the last couple of weeks|
Conan - 20/May/11
|Chossy, dangerous - not worth the visit.|
nightmonkeyuk - 26/Apr/11
|this will help u find it .
take b6479 north from settle
go through stainforth
about 2,2km from stainforth on a sharp bend turn left
turn right just after pub on right .
follow road along and park where signs indicate.
walk up and bear to the right hand size of the quarry that is facing you.
foredale is around the corner ,|
philb - 21/Aug/10
|Please ensure that everybody sticks to the BMC Access notes for this quarry to avoid further conflicts with the farmer - no dogs, fires or camping.|
CasWebb - 24/Jun/08