Scugdale - Stoney Wicks

Climbs 22 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 310m a.s.l – Faces SE

Access notes
Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.


Out of print: North East England (2003), North York Moors (1985)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1IntroductoryM 27
2Layback SlabS 28
3CrackersVD 22
4LoopyVD 25
5LoonyVD 24
6Toper's TroubleVD 28
7Y-CrackVD 31
8SobersidesHVD 27
9Free and EasyM 30
10NondescriptVD 26
11LambdaD 28
12TombstoneD 25
13Chagrin Leftf6B+ *4
14SepulchreHVD 25
15Chagrin Rightf6B+ *4
16Hanging ChimneyVD 27
17Waltzing MatildaM 26
18SolitaryD 24
19Corner ClimbVD 17
20Twisting CrackM 17
21Flake SlabD 19
22Pocket WallD 17
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Lovely little location to play around. The guide is only of nominal help as the routes are all of a similar grade and all close to each other. You can try different eliminates and variations.
Rampikino - 07/Apr/08
A nice place to spend an hour or two soloing if you are short of a partner. Rarely higher than 3m and good landings. The rock is harder and rougher than the rest of Scugdale to the point that it almost feels like grit. Best problems are Sepulchre, Sobersides and Y-Crack.
waps100 - 14/Jan/07
Start on the left climb every line to end of the crag. Some good problems. No guide needed.
IanJackson - 14/Dec/06
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