Chasecliffe

Climbs 28 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude ? – Faces W

Crag features
12m high buttress with smaller butresses to right and left. Good quality gritstone.

Access notes
No known access problems, follow path up from A6.

Guidebooks
Peak District: Bouldering (2011), Froggatt to Black Rocks (2010), Peak Climbs - Chatsworth (1996),
Out of print: Rock climbs in the Peak - Derwent valley (1981)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 THE BOULDER  
2Nasal Aretef6A+ *8
3High Speed Trainf7A **2
4Chastef6B **25
5Hanging Scoopf5+ *6
6The Bulgef5 12
7Chastityf4 11
8Chase MeV5 6b 1
9Chase Me, Chase MeV6 6b 1
 MISTRAL WALL  
11Geek Passionf6A 5
12Mistralf6B **18
13Mistral Eliminatef6C 1
14Warm Upf5 8
 OUTLYING BUTTRESSES  
16Ripple wallV0+ 5a 5
 OAK WALL  
18Oak crackHVD 1
 BUNGLE WALL  
20Bungle crackVD 3
21Bungle areteS 4b 2
 MAIN CRAG  
23Dozy RibVD 1
24Twearl's RouteVD 14
25Dazy CrackHS 4b 11
26hazy GrooveHS 4a **13
27RelativityVD 14
28KurtHS 4b 1
29Lazy GrooveVS 5a *4
30Wild GooseHS 5a 1
31The RatbagE2 5c  
32Monty Python's Flying CircusVS 4b 1
33The DroopV2 5c 3
34Loco Motive *f4+ 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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Some really nice bouldering scattered about, the best of which is on a boulder below and left of the main crag. There's a nice little topo at www.esotericrock.co.uk
Whealiebob - 04/Jul/08
A crag that is worth visiting for a few hours if you are in the area, although it is best to avoid the summer months due its jungle location. Hazy groove is an excellent route and an exciting lead for its grade. A direct line up the centre of the buttress, starting up the shallow, orange colored cave and fisnishing on the steep head wall above the groove, has been top roped and would be a worhtwhile E1/E2, although it has probably been claimed before. The crag also has a lot of potential as a bouldering venue and there are many smaller buttresses scattered along the edge.
Pilch - 09/Jun/08