Lamb Hill Quarry

Climbs 22 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 294m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
A small west facing limestone hole in the ground. Routes are shaded in winter, best on summer evenings. Belay on fence well back but take care, check condition and use lots!

Access notes
1 minute from small lay-by above the quarry on the south side of the A66 between Bowes and the Boldron turn off. Scramble down into quarry past two small bouldering/soloing walls as far as the stone wall.


Out of print: North East England (2003)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Natal NegotiationsE1 5b *3
2Pandora's SocksHVS 5a *7
3Cadbury's FlakeHS 4b 12
4Big Ted Meets PandemoniumE1 5b 12
5Lotty (born 5 March 1992)6b+ 1
6TrespassE3 6a* 1
7Top Problem 1none 4a 3
8Top Problem 2none 4a 5
9Top Problem 3none 4b 3
10Top Problem 4none 5a 3
11Top Problem 5none 5b/c  
12Top Problem 6none 5b/c  
13Top Problem 7none 5c  
14Top Problem 8none 5a 3
15Top Problem 9none 4c 2
16Top Problem 10none 5a 2
17Top Problem 11none 4a 2
18Top Problem 12none 4b 2
19Top Traversenone 5b  
20Bottom Problem 1none 5a 1
21Bottom Problem 2none 4b 3
22Bottom Problem 3none 5b/c  
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Say your goodbyes, after speaking to one of the quarry workers it looks like Lamb Hill is going to be filled in. As of 14/05/15 nothing right of Big Ted is partially of completely gone.
Emilio Bachini - 25/May/15