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Iving Crag

Cumbria, ENGLAND

Climbs 19 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 289m a.s.l – Faces E

Crag features
A very steep and intense crag in a peaceful location just above Kentmere. Persistence with the awkward parking will reward the E3-6 leader with some fierce testpieces. Be careful of in-situ gear as it is quite old.

Weather forecast

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2.0mm rain
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11 °C
9 kph

1.5mm rain
Mainly cloudy
10 °C
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9 °C
17 kph

2.4mm rain
Sunny periods
12 °C
8 kph

1.6mm rain
10 °C
17 kph
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Eastern Crags (2011),
Out of print: Buttermere & Eastern Crags (1992)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1Pagan LifeE1 5b *12
2Smooth operatorE3 5c *8
3Day of the SquidE4 6b * 
4Blind VisionE4 6b *1
5Left-hand SlabS 4a *8
6The Old Aid RouteE4 6b **3
7Shaken Not StirredE6 6b ** 
8MindscapeE6 6c **1
 Climb nameGradex
9Dream Chaser *E2 5c 3
10Grubby mits *HVS 5a 3
11Physical Test *E4 6b **2
12diamond life *E3 6a **2
13Right Hand Slab *S 3
14Squidology *E6 6b 1
15Ted's Route *E1 5b 1
16Slanting Corner *E1 5c 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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Access notes
Limited parking which disappears quickly at weekends at the head of Kentmere - 15 minute approach. Park at the church if possible, otherwise you can go down the track from the church and ask the farmer if you can park on the track. The answer depends on what mood the farmer is in. Walk up the track until the crag is visible on the left, cross the wall carefully, and up the gully to the crag - best on the right side.

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This is my local crag, although most the routes are abit out of my leading grade (except the slabs) it has good solid trees at the top to top rope off.
a13x - 05/Apr/07