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Guisecliff

North Yorkshire, ENGLAND

Climbs 121 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 274m a.s.l – Faces N

Crag features
Some fine rock with truly impressive climbs that follow strong features. Unfortunately it rises from a jungle/jumble of overgrown boulders. Once acquainted with the crag, the cognoscenti will know where to approach their chosen route by abseil. Persevere and you will be rewarded!

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Guidebooks
YMC Yorkshire Gritstone Vol 1 (2012), Yorkshire Gritstone (1999), Yorkshire Gritstone Bouldering Vol2,
Out of print: Yorkshire Gritstone (1990)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
 NUMBER ONE BUTRESS  
2The VergerE1 5c **1
3Pulpit ChimneyVD 2
4MagnificatHVS 5a ***1
 NUMBER TWO BUTTRESS  
6Letterbox ClimbD 2
7MicrocrackHVS 5a *1
8The CreationE2 5c ***6
9IllusionHS 4b *1
10AftermathE5 5c ***1
11Wild AbandonE5 6b **1
12Hook RouteE1 5b *3
 NUMBER THREE BUTTRESS  
14Tree CracksS 2
15Buttress RouteVD *6
16FootpatterVS 4c *3
17PendulumE1 5b *1
18Foreign BodiesE2 5c  
19StretcherE1 5b 1
 NUMBER FOUR BUTTRESS  
21NippemS 1
22Kandahar GrooveS 1
23Roc's Nest ChimneyHS **6
24DhobiMVS 4b 1
 NUMBER FIVE BUTTRESS  
26Hawk SlabS 1
27AggripaE1 5b *1
28DanielVS 4c 1
29TombstoneE2 5c **1
30JezebelHS 4b 2
31By-passS 4a 1
32AutobahnE2 5c *2
33Phillipa's RidgeVS 4c 1
 COMET BUTTRESS  
35North Wall EliminateHVS 5a **10
 Climb nameGradex
36MastermindE4 5c ***2
37The ScrykingE5 6a 1
38Comet WallHVS 5a *8
39The Comet's TrailE1 5b **1
40ScissorsD 1
 THE LONG WALL  
42Savage SentenceE1 5b *1
43HaberdasheryE2 6a 2
44The Flintstone PinchE4 6a **2
45WinklepickerHVS 5a **1
46Shelter ClimbD 2
 NEEDLE'S HIGH BUTTRESS  
48Ledge and CrackD 1
 NORTH BUTTRESS BLOCK  
50Double TopHVS 5a 2
 NORTH BUTTRESS  
52Thin Man's DelightS 1
53Midsummer Night's DreamHVS 5b *1
54Caveman's CornerS 1
55North Buttress CrackHS 2
56North Buttress OrdinaryS *1
57North Buttress DirectHVS 5a 3
58Spring FeverVS 4c 1
59NobutjustHVS 5b 1
60ShindigE2 5c **1
 ***** GUISECLIFF BOULDERING *****  
 THE MOP TOP BLOC  
63Mop Top Arete Leftf6A 4
64Mop Top Arete Rightf6A 4
 YORKE PROW  
66Obvious Toothf5+ 2
 FOLLY PROW  
 DIAMOND CRACK  
69A Little Sparklef7A **5
 BEING SORTED  
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Went for an explore today, and was pleasantly surprised. Given the poor reputation of the place, much of it looked fairly clean. North Buttress (which is probably where most people head for first) is by far the dirtiest, wettest, most vegetated of the main buttresses. I started at the far end. No 2 buttress looked particularly good (note, contrary to what the book says it is NOT directly below the mast, but a few hundred metres west (as per the sketch map). Roc's Nest Chimney on No 4 looked inviting, though appears to have nesting kestrels (or similar) at the moment. Hawk Slab (starred Severe on No 5) was invisible behind the vegetation, but the routes between Jezebel and Boundary Chimney all looked good and clean. I walked along the bottom of the crag, for its full length. From No 1 Buttress to the start of Long Wall, the going is mostly quite straightforward, though you have to watch out for big holes in places. From there to North Buttress Block was much less pleasant, but the final section to North Buttress is easy, with a well-worn path. I was on my own so just soloed 1.5 Diffs, but will definitely be back for more.
Simon Caldwell - 24/Jul/10

Very overgrown at the moment, making it difficult to find the top of routes, and to then probably climb them. Would give it a miss until Autumn ..... or spring!
Matt Bill Platypus - 28/Jul/08

Really only suitable for adventure botanists. The path below the crag is an adventure in itself. The crag could do with a clean-up and a lot more traffic but the north facing nature of it means that this is unlikely. Shame really, nice-looking climbs, lots of them and tall.
heidavey - 12/May/08

Sadly, this is not a good crag. Even the 3 star HVSs are sprouting heather all over the place, and seem to remain wet in places even after a long dry spell. The abseil descent necessary for many of the routes doesn't help either as you will probably find yourself committed to fighting your way back up something anyway. Insteading of heading here go to Eavestone, which is similar and nearby, but infinitely better.
jamiemoss - 12/Jun/06