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Woolley Edge Quarry West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 50 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 170m a.s.l – Faces ?
Split in half by a road, the upper half features a mix of bouldering lines, as well as a small almost "quartzy" slab.
The bottom half is split into small "bays" up to 10m in height
YMC Yorkshire Gritstone Vol 1 (2012), Yorkshire Gritstone (1999)
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No Access At This Time - 15/03/2012
There is a lay by with room for around 15 cars on woolley edge lane with a few small areas available on common lane. Please don't go messing around in the farmers field's behind the crag or there might be a repeat of the 1980's Greasing incident
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Used to climb here in the early sixties when I was a boy. Grown ups would sometimes be there with hawser lay ropes and there used to be a rusty peg on an arete which I couldn't do. I don't know why but they used to tip chicken crap and feathers over the edge back then as well.There are much chossier holes in the ground but beautiful Woolley Edge seems to cop for the lot. Maybe Wakefield Council could promote the crag the way Kirklees have done for Holmfirth Cliffe. A good resource underused because of the tipping abuse.|
Pete Pozman - 10/Sep/13
Had a quick look after work and it has some potential for some decent bouldering, with plenty more problems than described on here. Will go back with a range of brushes next time! Could do with more traffic though...
Northern Mountain Monkey - 25/Apr/10
Went there for a quick look after work and it seems to be, quite literally, a s*** tip! Not impressed. This was especially evident on the lower edge where people quite obviously park at the top and unload their boot straight over the crag edge. Out of sight out of mind eh!
Andy Miller - 25/Apr/10
surprsingly good venue for bouldering.
Some of the routes felt high which added to the enjoyment.
grubes - 11/Sep/09
A suprisingly good little venue. Someone has put a lot of work into cleaning it up and its well worth a visit for an hour if passing.
DerwentDiluted - 20/Mar/08