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Black Crag (Wrynose) Cumbria, ENGLAND
Climbs 145 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 580m a.s.l – Faces SW
Short routes on sound rough rock over a good grade range. High on the fell but with an easy approach and dries quickly. Best routes are Yellow fever(E2), First Touch(E1), Glass Slipper(E2), Anns Agony(HVS), Skye Ridge(VD).
Needle Arete is an excellent E3 6a.
A number of the routes have thought provoking levels of protection.
A fantastic venue for late/early season, catching any sun that's going.
Lakes Bouldering (2006), Lake District Rock (2003), Langdale (1999),
Out of print: Langdale (1989)
Climbs at this crag
Park at the summit of Wrynose Pass by the Three Shire Stone. Twenty minutes steady uphill walk.
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Fantastic on a clear winters day. I went at the end of jan '06 and it was shorts + t shirt weather. Dry as a bone and no wind with a 15 min walk in. The sun works its way round the crag through the day so you can stay warm all day. Only short but quality climbing on great rock though the E numbers seemed a serious proposition with little gear. |
biscuit - 01/Feb/06