Hutton Roof Crags

Climbs 93 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces W

Crag features
Very pleasant situation - the routes are short (up to 6 metres) on superb rock (although it's fairly polished). A great place for a first climb and understandably popular with groups, although there is plenty of crag for everyone. The two main buttresses are 'South America' wall, with 3 fine VS 5as and 'Cyclops Wall'. There's a fingery 15 metre 6c/B9 eliminate traverse (marked by red dots) at the right hand end of the crag. Take a picnic! [Tom Briggs 6/02]

Access notes
Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

Lancashire Rock (1999)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
2Hanging CrackD
3Straight CrackVD
5West CoastD *
6Sendero LuminosoHS 4b *
7ArgentinaVS 5a
8BelizeVS 5a *
9SandinistaVS 5a *
10American DreamV5 6b **
11San MiguelVS 5a *
12San AntonioVS 5a *
15Crack ClimbVD
18Top NotchD
19Roof WindowHS 4b *
20Wrinkled SlabVD *
21The FlakeVD
22Pot BellyS 4b
23The Barrier RoofS 4a
24Roof Route LeftVS 5a
25Roof Route OneHVS 5b
26Roof Route TwoVS 5a
27Roof Route ThreeE1 5c
28Roof Route FourVS 5a
29Roof TraverseV0+ 5b
30Upper TraverseV0+ 5b
31Sinister CrackVS 5a
32Dexter WallHS 4c
33Imitation VerdonM
35SylvieS 4b
36DaphneS 4a
38Groove LineM
40Hedera WallD
41Sunny GrooveD
42T' Owd ManVD *
43T' Owd TroutVD
45Hollow SlabVD
46Hollow RouteVD
48The Crooked ManS 4a *
50Ash Tree SlabVD
51The Chopping BlockVD
52Cracked GrooveVD
53Speedy RecoveryS 4a
54The AshesD
55Ash GullyM
57Left WallVD
58The RibHS 4b *
59WingsVD *
60PegasusVS 5a *
61Winged TraverseVS 5a
62CyclopsHVS 6a **
63MedusaV1 5c *
64medusaVS 5a
65SerpentS 4a *
66Ronson KirkbyVD
67Little CornerVD
68Concave WallVD
70First Wall RibVD *
72Smooth RibS 4a *
73Second WallVD
74Crazy PavingD
75Pedestal CrackD
76Third Wall CentralVD
77Spike RouteHD
78The RunnelD *
79CurvingHD **
81PrimateVS 5a *
82Swamp FeverHVS 5b
83MalariaHVS 5b
84The Lemur's TailHS 4c *
85Gibbon TakeV0 5a
86No More Monkey BusinessV0 5a
87ChimpHS 4c *
88Gorilla BerengiiHS 4c *
89Gorilla, GorillaVS 4c **
90Pithecanthropus IndirectusVS 4c *
91Pithecanthropus ErectusHS 4b
93Left Roof Crack (problem 2)V3 *
94Nick's TraverseV7 6c
95The CauseV7 6c **
96Lay BackVD
97Raddled SlobVS 5b
98The Scoopf6B **
99Blastawayf7B+ **
100Dead Eyesf7A
101Roof Crackf7A *
102Frankie KnucklesV7 *
103golden fleeceVS 5a
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A great crag if you've got kids and non-climbers. It's not very high, and there are lots of lower grade climbs. The foot of the crag is in a valley, and the opposite side of the valley is basically a grassy bank, so it's sheltered.
karinbradbury - 31/May/09
Hidden gem, well worth a look.
steveri - 15/Jan/08
Excellent crag, on perfect rock, many short solos and slightly longer routes, and some bouldering.
Mike Binks - 03/Oct/05
really good crag to break your arm on!!!!!
tim edward - 04/Nov/03
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