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Tilberthwaite Quarry Cumbria, ENGLAND
Climbs 52 – Rocktype Slate – Altitude 220m a.s.l – Faces ?
Short steep routes 15 - 20m, mostly Extreme on generally solid but sometimes flaky rock. Best routes Big Tree Corner(E1), Inghams Route(E6), Violation(E3), Look Sharp(E2).
Dow, Duddon & Slate (1993)
Climbs at this crag
No access restriction. Park in large car park at Tilberthwaite, 5 minute walk up track to quarry.
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Recent rockfalls have removed Captain Pugwash & Spare Rib Lorna's orifices is dangerous to climb due to hanging flake.
Also many of the bolt hangers on Upper quarry RHS have been removed|
peteJ23 - 29/Apr/12
There has been a rockfall on the left side of the popular easy wall at the entrance on the top right hand side of quarry. It is obvious and has destroyed a bolted route left of the wall (often used to abseil)and is next to the easy sloping corner goove. If you look there remains a massive detached flake that looks dangerous.Oct 2011.
andy gittins - 25/Oct/11