Yellowslacks

Climbs 37 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 500m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
The crag gets morning and early afternoon sun, and isn't sheltered. Quick drying as it takes no seepage. A steep slope bellow the edge means it can feel more exposed and you need to watch your kit doesn't roll down the hill!

Approach notes
No known issues, now on Access Land

Guidebooks
Over the Moors (2012), Peak Climbs - Kinder and Bleaklow (1990)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
 BUTTRESS 50 FEET LEFT OF MAIN CRAG  
2Corner ClimbD 2
3Pull Up RibS 1
4Traditional CrackVD 1
5WanderVD 1
 THE MAIN CRAG  
7Holding Back The YearsVS 4c  
8West ChimneyHVD  
9West Buttress DirectVS 4c 1
10CurbstonesVD 2
11Grey CornerVS 5a  
12Dum Spiro, SperoE1 5b 2
13Grey WallHVS 5a *1
14Qui-Mal-Y-PenseHVS 5a *2
15Mantelshelf ButtressHVD 4
16Black WallHVS 5b * 
17Easy ChimneyM 4
18Crocodile TearsHVS 5a 1
19BetrayalHVD 2
20Bilberry FaceVS 4c 1
21Blast OffHVD 1
22Guilty as ChargedE2 5c *1
23TNTE3 6a * 
24FirecrackerHVD 4a 1
25Master BlasterE3 6a  
26Blitz AreteHVS 4c *1
27Dynamite HotE3 6a ** 
28Shepherd's DelightHVS 5a  
29Parallel CracksS 3
30VickyHS 4a 1
31Girdle traverseVS 4c  
 LOWER YELLOWSLACKS  
33Two Tier ClimbHS 4b 1
34Left Dog-Leg ChimneyHS 4b 1
35Right Dog-Leg ChimneyVD 1
36Dog Rock RidgeVS 4c * 
37Dog Eat DogVS 5a  
38Give The Dog A BoneVS 4c 1
 SCRAMBLES AND WINTER CLIMBS  
40Yellowslacks Brook1 1
41Yellowslacks Brook (winter)I  
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