Farletter Crag

Climbs 29 – Rocktype Schist – Altitude 255m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
A potentially very good wee crag that has been left in a fair mess by un-consulted retro-bolted and shoddy chopping of bolts.

All peg-reliant routes except Too Farr are currently defunct due to removal of pegs. A couple of bolts remain in strange positions, as do some sharp bolt ends.

The idiots who made this mess are politely requested to sort it out.

Guidebooks
Highland Outcrops (1998)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 FARLETTER CRAG  
2Farr OneE1 5b 2
3Private FarrE1 5b 7
4CeasefarrE2 5c *3
5FarrplayE1 5c 6
6EinfahrtE2 5c 3
7FarrlakeS 12
8AusfahrtE1 5b 6
9FarroutE3 6a *5
10Too farr for the bearE4 5c **15
11The FarrterE5 6a **5
12The Master FarrterE5 6c  
13Liquid QuartzE5 6b  
14Yet So FarrE3 6a **8
15Yet so FartherE5 6b  
16The Art of Course ClimbingE5 6a **3
17Links FahrenE5 6b  
18Strike OneE1 5b 8
19FarrtVD 2
 FARLETTER SOUTH  
21FarralaffE1 5a  
22BackwoodsmanE2 5b  
23Holiday TricksE3 5c * 
24Leeper MadnessE3 6a * 
25FarroucheE4 6b  
26Mighty MouseE3 6a * 
27Farrthest SouthE2 5c  
28Farr too HighE3 6a  
29FirelighterS 1
30Spark to a FlameE1 5a 1
31So near and yet so far7a **1
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A fücking disgrace by both the bolters and choppers. Needs full bolt removal, peg replacement, a good scrub to get the moss off, accurate assessment of grades for onsight leads, and THEN maybe a good open debate about whether it should be bolted.
Fiend - 28/Sep/14
Yes! All the protection is pegs anyway
hcreber - 26/Mar/11
Should Farletter Crag be bolted???????????
graeme hepburn - 09/Oct/09