Cave Dale (Castleton)

Climbs 65 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces ?

Crag features
A minor climbing venue in a small valley running approximately north-south, with routes up to 20m long on both sides of the valley. A bit on the loose side. A tourist honey spot makes a midweek vist favourite. Routes of interest; Dargai crack (VS 4b)- climbed in 1898, and Southern Accents (E6 6c).

Access notes
From Castleton follow the signs!

Guidebooks
Peak District: Bouldering (2011), Peak Limestone - Stoney (1987)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1Moaning grooveS 1
2Dargai crackVS 4b 3
3The LeperE3 5c 1
4AlphaVS 4b 2
5Scabby ButtressVD 1
6BarfleurVD 2
7Curving CrackS 1
8BananaHS 1
9Puttrell's CrackVD 1
10Puttrell's ArêteVD 1
11The White maneVD 1
12Sheep Shifterf7B **2
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Thought I'd point out that Cave Dale isn't actually in the Peak District Bouldering guide. Any idea where info on the other 53 routes and any route descriptions are, as I can't imagine I'll find the old stoney guide easily.
franhammond92 - 01/Sep/14
Do you have more up to date information?

These details were last updated on 19/Feb/2009

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