Great Round How

Climbs 21 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude 546m a.s.l – Faces NW

Crag features
Included here are also the routes on Little Round How. The two crags offer Single pitch routes some stretching the 50m rope. These are generally hard to protect and tend to be lichenous. A connoisseurs crag.

Access notes
Park at the top of Honister Pass and follow the Haystacks footpath. This leads past the upper section of the quarry, and past a slate hut. Drop down at this point and cross a stream. You then pass Little Round How on your left, shortly after take a left fork in the path, Great Round How will be visible

Guidebooks
Buttermere and St Bees (2008),
Out of print: Buttermere & Eastern Crags (1992)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
 CLASSIC SCRAMBLES  
2Little Round How2 2
3Great Round How3 *1
 LITTLE ROUND HOW  
5May Day SlabsM 1
6RawhideVS 4c  
7Gil FavorVS 4b  
 GREAT ROUND HOW  
9BratwurstVS 8
10SalomeE1 **4
11SalamiE1 2
12TambourineVS 11
13Droits de SeigneurVS 4
14Route 2D 14
15Central RouteMS 8
16StarchaserMS *15
17StargazerD *17
18PepperamiVS 4b 1
19FarandolleMS *3
20The CrackVS  
21Dark NoisesHVS  
22Route 1D 2
23Chimney RouteVD 1
24Rough and ReadyVD  
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