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Lops Wath

North Yorkshire, ENGLAND

Climbs 20 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 490m a.s.l – Faces ?

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0.8mm rain
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6.4mm rain
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13 °C
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26.5mm rain
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14 °C
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Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
1Reid's RoofMS 5
2Chris's CaveVD 7
3Chris's WallVS 5a 3
4BridgetMS 9
5Shrove TuesdayMVS 4b *6
6Pancake AreteMVS 4c *3
7Pancake CrackHS *9
8Pancake Buttress DirectE1 5b  
9Pancake ButtressHVS 4c 2
 Climb nameGradex
10Short CrackS 8
11Gnarly CrackVS 5b *3
12Gnarly ScoopHVS 5a *3
13Niche and RoofHS *5
14Slither GrooveVS 4c 6
15Slither WallVS 4c 6
16Easy GrooveD 9
17Babylon A Listennone 6a/6b  
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This is no doubt its a really nice place with views to die for & waterfalls down the road to cool off in but i think it needs more traffic as it is ridiculously gritty & holds did break on me nearing the top which is disconcerting. I will return with a brush....hopefully!
phleppy - 23/May/10

This small south-west facing roadside gritstone crag is situated in Birkdale near the summit of the B6270 Kirkby Stephen to Thwaite road. The crag is very obvious and it seems most likely that it will have been climbed on in the past, but, as no record has been found, the climbs have been named and graded. The crag is nowhere more than 7 metres high and is of good quality, though it can be a bit over “gritty”. The climbs are described from right to left.
mat098 - 23/Jul/08