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Thirlmere Boulders

Cumbria, ENGLAND

Climbs 29 – Rocktype Gabbro – Altitude 185m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
Only able to climb when the level of the lake has dropped enough which is normally during mid summer. The Rock is very clean due to being submerged for 9 months of the year and the landings are good (with a mat). Also known as the Lost Boulders of Atlantis!

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Lakes Bouldering (2006)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
2Pike Lip TraverseV4 **1
3Pike Lip Reverse TraverseV3  
4The GrooveV4 1
5Problem 3V0+ 5b 4
6Problem 4V1 5c 4
8High Traverse *V1 5b 10
9Problem 6 *V3 4
10Problem 7 *V0+ 5b 7
11Whale Arete *V5 2
12Problem 9 *V0 5a 11
13Problem 10 *V4  
14Whaleshark *V3 1
15Problem 11 *V8  
16Problem 12 *V1 5c 13
17Problem 13 *V0- 4c 10
 Climb nameGradex
19Marlin Slab *V1 5c 20
20Marlin Wall *VB 18
21Marlin Arete *V0 5a 15
22Problem 17 *V3 7
23Marlin Crack *V1 5c 16
24Problem 19 *V2 6a 11
25Problem 20 *V1 5c 11
27Minnow Lip *V7 1
28Minnow Nose *V1 5c 5
29Minnow Cracks *V2 6a 4
31Little Al's Big Effort *V3 8
32Shark Wall *V0 5a 18
33Shark Arete *V1 5c 17
35Tiddler *V0+ 5b 14
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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Boulder update: the shark,tiddler and half the marlin are still climbable. Great rock!
daftendirekt - 22/Aug/14

Got down there and though the Whale was still partially under water these boulders are worth a look as they are not far off the road and are mostly unavailable. Nice clean rock to
Fluvial - 06/Jun/10