Middle Head Crag

Climbs 22 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 300m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
The Central Buttress has a large and impressive roof.

The crag is best visited in the spring before the bracken takes over at the base of the routes.

Guidebooks

Out of print: North East England (2003), North York Moors (1985)

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1Do or FlyE1 5c
2TabooHS 4b
3P.B. left-handM
4P.B. right-handM
5BeowulfE3 5c
6RowenVD
7ParaHVS 5b
8WoodstockS
9Rock PipitE1 5b
10AssegalHVS 5b
11ZuluS **
12La Fuente del RitmoVS 4c
13SnowflakeHVS 5b
14Good old MuttHVS 5a
15One Man And His DogHVS 5a
16Choc-a blockVD
17Aiguille De La FrancoHVS 5b *
18Crazy HorseE1 5c *
19A Man's Best FriendHVS 5a *
20Talking BullHVS 5a
21Iron CladHVS 5a
22Iron MenHVS 5a
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Not a great crag. You won't see anyone else though and there are a few routes that are ok. Go with an open mind, then leave and try somewhere else on Blakey, like Oak, Round or Esklets crags!
Dave Warburton - 04/Sep/11
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