150m. This impressive buttress lies on the slopes of Grey Friar and overlooks the head of Seathwaithe Tarn. The Crags have a steep left wall, but the crest rises in a series of buttresses set at a reasonable angle. The upper sections offer easier alternatives, which tries to maintain the interest of the first section. Start below and right of the prominant line of overhangs, where a deep right-facing crack splits the crag.

sheelba 13/Aug/17 Solo
Tim Rodgers 22/Oct/16 Solo
GilesR 29/Aug/15 AltLd

Impressive scramble.

with Tim Crocker, Lynne Medlock, Doug Gibons
Hidden 14/Nov/14 2nd O/S
Steve Palmer 15/Sep/12 AltLd

Climbed as part of The Duddon Expedition, damp weather.

with Pete B
beds74 06/Nov/11 -

Short roped.

with Rebecca Edwards
howlingbaboon 01/Sep/11 Solo O/S
electriclinz 30/Apr/11 Solo
with RobH, EmmaJo, Robert
Matt Bill Platypus 25/Apr/11 Solo O/S

Think we missed the second section of rock, as the guidebook was hard to follow. However we did do a lot of fairly hard climbing, so probably did a reasonable route similar to that described!

with Baby Dave
groliver26 28/Feb/10 -
Dan_Staff 28/Feb/10 Lead
with Gavin Oliver
becoming-stranger 28/Feb/10 Lead
Cornish Cream 27/Feb/10 AltLd O/S
Hidden 01/Nov/08 Solo O/S
crossdressingrodney 07/Jun/03 Solo O/S
victim of mathematics 07/Jun/03 Solo O/S
Hidden ??/2000 -
mike fenwick ?/Mar/97 Lead
with Lucy
Iain Thow 17/Nov/85 Solo
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