/ Show Us Your Nuts! - Nuts of Legends Update
With less than 10 nuts still to place we have updated the list to show which ones folks have found BUT we know there are more that have been claimed!
We have been having so much fun bumping into folks out at the crag and watching from afar as happy climbers have found a unique piece of our FREE 60th anniversary swag. If you found one then hurry! The grand prize draw at end of September is getting closer and if you want the chance to win this amazing Heaton-Cooper Print signed by Lakeland climbing legends then upload your photo now! Not a member of UKC? Not a problem simply e-mail email@example.com with your image and we can upload it for you.
In the meantime, take a look at the clues below for the nuts that are still out there waiting to be found or head over to our Facebook page for the latest clues and updates while making the most of the summer Lake District rock. The full list is available on the UKC competition page but for all of the latest info why not pop into our Ambleside shop and have a chat to the team.
Most climbers first route in Langdale
Not a Langdale route to dismiss
A serious, rare Joe Brown Lakeland first ascent in Langdale
The great Angela Soper was there at the first ascent of this ground cover gem
A stringy route in Langdale
“One of Lakeland finest crack climbs” as quoted by the FRCC (and they should know!)
Quick, it’s hot! On a Borrowdale crag that isn’t round.
A classic Borrowdale mountain route first climbed in 1902 (no wonder the chimney pitch is polished!)
This nut has been placed on the middle column Esk-pecially for you.
Two Scafell classics one a groovy plant the other is the later of two routes with the same name.
A Hawker-Siddely classic, a biblical hunter or possibly an opera company in Zurich
Dow’s about that then! Don’t fall off a route here.
Did Mr Murray climb here?
Don’t forget to take your ice axe with you on this early Scafell classic
You’ll find this 1934 route over on Kern Knotts giving two excellent pitches of contrasting character.
You don’t have to be a mechanic to enjoy this Gable slab classic
Both routes go West on this magnificent crag but you can choose current or ancient
1899 gully classic where the sport of rock climbing began
A birds breast on this avian crag in Buttermere
The crowning classic of this crag that is not black, nor white either
No wet hands on this high avian crag
Ree-turn to this Borrowdale crag to find two routes on our list. One could make you loose your head & the other is doing time
Only an idiot in a wonderful place could find this one
Possibly the latin for hard?
Base of something fishy at Black Crag
A very popular, 7 pitch Borrowdale gem first climbed in 1912
A classic product of the Rock & Ice era on a peaceful crag