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Shepherds Crag Cumbria, ENGLAND
Climbs 148 – Rocktype Rhyolite – Altitude 140m a.s.l – Faces W
Up to about 50m high. A very popular crag, mainly due to its easy access though many of the routes are of great quality. Brown Slab Routes(D-VS), Finale(HVS), Aaros(E1), Ardus(MVS), Adam and Eve(VS), Kransic Crack(HVS), Fishers Folly(VS), Grasp(E1), Bludgeon(E1), Little Chamonix(VD), Derision Groove(MVS).
Lake District Rock (2003), Borrowdale (2000),
Out of print: Borrowdale (1990)
Climbs at this crag
Park at the cafe below the crag if there is room(refreshment stop obligatory!). Five to ten minute approach.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.
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Moderator Updates to this page are checked by UKC volunteer GPN
The moderator has visited quite a few 'good' crags and thinks that the people have voted with their feet. Maybe Ian Jones needs to get off his high horse and chill out a bit more. Seriously.
GPN - 31/Aug/12
Steve Palmer says he caught two ticks.
Perhaps he got them off this page. Because there are far too many ticks on here.
The moderator needs to visit some good crags to see what real quality is. Seriously.
Ian Jones - 19/Sep/11
MGC appears to be listed twice.
Ian Jones - 06/Jul/10
Have had two ticks after a visit 26/06/10. Remember to check your skin carefully. Otherwise a great crag made even better by the nearby cafe!
Steve Palmer - 29/Jun/10
Busy, polished and over rated.
camw - 23/Jun/06
what is the closest pub to the crag? is the borrowdale hotel the closest?
david brown - 14/Jul/04
Caption on photograph of 'The Bludgeon' is in error - should be E1 5b, NOT VS 4c
Colin - 23/Dec/02