Brantrake Crags

Climbs 24 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 90m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
A useful low lying single pitch (up to 30m) crag. Excellent clean granite. Abstract Arete(E3), Right Hand Crack(HVS), Art for Arts Sake(E5), Left Edge(S).

Access notes
Five minutes from the parking place below the crag.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.

Lake District Rock (2003),
Out of print: Scafell, Dow & Eskdale (1988)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
2The MantelshevesVS 4c 8
3The CrackVS 5a 16
4Lady FingersHVS 5b 2
5Nail FileHVS 5b 5
6Diagonal RouteVD 20
7Linbeck ChimneyS 4a 1
9Abstract AreteE3 5c *3
10Right-hand CrackHVS 5b *32
11Art for Art's SakeE5 6b *4
12Central CrackVS 5a *44
13Left-hand CrackE1 5c 6
14Tunnel VisionE2 5c 2
15Blank CheckE3 6a 1
16Left EdgeS 3c *15
17Red HourHVS 5a 2
18Brothers in ArmsVS 4b 1
20Open GrooveD 2
21Block and TackleVD 33
22Face RouteHVS 5a 24
23Face Route, Direct StartE1 5c 13
24Terrace CrackVD 46
25The Middle WayS 4a 49
26Dog Leg CrackVD 38
27Edge HogD 12
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All the routes I've done on Upper Crag are about one grade overgraded.
Rog Wilko - 22/Aug/10
bolt belay has been taken out. now used by lots of groups so can get busy. great rock in a great place but expect to find someone abseiling down your chosen route.
biscuit - 25/Aug/05
Brings back memories of enjoyable evenings when I lived in W.Cumbria. A useful,quick drying crag to visit if you have a spare afternoon/evening in the area-some short but good routes on Eskdale Granite.The main slab is used occasionally by the nearby OBMS, it has (or did have ) a large BOLT belay above the main slab
Bob Bennett - 22/Apr/04