Boat Howe Crags

Climbs 23 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 700m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
Needs a good dry spell. About 70m high. Excellent rough rock when clean. Numenor(E2), Prow of the Boat(HVS), Scenic Cruise (HVS), Groyne Strain (E1), Breakwater Slabs(S).

Access notes
Two hour approcach march, from Honister or Wasdale. Best to gain the summit of Kirkfell and abseil into the routes

Gable & Pillar (2007), Gable & Pillar (1991)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
  Climb nameGrade
2Moss SlabHS
3Breakwater Slabs and LighthouseS *
4Groyne StrainE1 5b **
5Breakwater Slabs, Grooved AreteVS 4c **
6Sea ShantyE1 5b
7TopsailE2 5b
8SpinnakerE2 5c
10Larboard AreteS
11Final VoyageE1 5a
12Prow DirectHVS 5a **
13DehydroepiandrosteroneE2 5c
14Keel HaulE3 5c
15Numenor DirectE2 5c ***
16VoyagerE3 5c **
17FlagshipE5 5c ***
18FanghornE3 5c ***
19Scenic CruiseHVS 5a ***
20Starboard AreteS *
22Ill GillII/III
23Boat Howe GillI/II *
24Starboard ChimneyIV 5 **
25Horizon ClimbIV 4
26Kirk Fell GillII/III *
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