Chapel-le-Dale Middle Tier

Climbs 50 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 300m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
The central buttress of this crag is marked by an obvious offwidth crack, easily seen on the approach.

Access notes
Take the 'Chapel-le-dale church' turn into the village and follow this for half a mile until you pass into an open field. Park on the grassy verge and then walk further along the road past another wall before turning uphill. The middle tier can be reached by scrambling up the lower tier at various points.

Yorkshire Limestone (2005)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1Razor EdgeHS **8
2GilletteHS *7
3Bic 1VD 7
4Bic 2VD 1
5Uncle Johns'VS 4c *6
6Uncle JerryS **15
7Hawthorn CrackHS *14
8TwitcherD 7
9The 'A' TeamVD *7
10First AdvantageHVS 5a ***11
11The AnalystMVS 4c *4
12Tree RouteS 1
13Uncle TomHS **10
14Trick and TreatVD 3
15DisadvantageVS 5a 1
16HybridVD 1
17Two Sisters in a JumboVS 4b  
18Martian BikeE2 5b *3
19Twinking CrackE1 5b ***5
20D.O.AD 6
21DogmatistVS 4c 3
22OptimistD 3
23Deadman's CrackMS 6
24Hangman's GrooveS 2
25Howards FeatVD 1
26Bless YouS *1
27Pol PotVD 1
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lovely setting - worth combining with route on lower and upper tiers
andy gittins - 23/Jun/12
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