Aspen Crag

Climbs 20 – Rocktype Schist – Altitude 100m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
Surrounded by trees and of a blocky fingery nature, this crag is a great place to climb and can be climbed on if it's raining. Ample tree belays above for top roping and cleaning. The routes are quite bold and require a positive outlook. Better than they look with good face climbing.

Some boulders and short steep walls above and to the west of the crag in need of tender loving care to bring the best out of them.

Access notes
Very near the road - park sensibly in layby just beside road side boulders and don't block passing places.

Guidebooks
Northern Highlands Central (2006),
Out of print: Northern Highlands Vol. 2 (1993)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1Tantalus GrooveE2 5c *
2IcterusE2 5c *
3The Dark Side of MoonE3 5c *
4Shadow GrasperE1 5b *
5Wolly JumperE2 5c
6Sloshed In ActionE1 5b
7GobstopperE4 5c **
8MeridianVS 5a **
9Licking the LipHVS 5a *
10Underneath the ArchesE1 5b *
11Mac the KnifeE2 5c **
12Jumping Jack FlashE2 5c *
13Creeping StealthVS 4c *
14Chocks AwayHVS 5a
15Burlesque CrackVD
16The AspenVS 5a
17Mid Flight CrisisVS 5a
18Rock and Roll SuicideHVS 5b
19Uncertain VoyageE2 5b **
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