Altitude 145m a.s.l
St Austin's Stone (well a bit of it, not sure which bit) © Lordcarr
Probably the only place to climb in Yorkshire Wolds, St Austins Stone is a large boulder situated about 8 miles southwest of Beverley. The majority of the boulder is very overgrown and the rock is mainly of bad quality. Its probably only really worth going if you are a local climber who wants a quick evening boulder session.
There is roadside parking on the verge with room for one car, alternatively there is a lay-by 3/4 of a mile west down the road. To get to the boulder head down the track from the road and just after the bend follow a small footpath for 50m. Approach time is 2 minutes from road side or 20 minutes from lay-by.
No guides found for this crag
|There is now a barbed wire fence surrounding the rock so took me a lot longer to find, even more overgrown than in the pictures, but some decent(ish) problems, all with terrible top outs.|
tomhickling - 01/Jul/12
|turns out the project wasn't very hard after all =]|
James Oakes - 16/May/10
|there is rock here, how the hell did you manage to find that?|
Oliver Branagan - 05/May/10
|haha no photos yet! Ive found a pretty hard project aswell maybe V6/7|
James Oakes - 05/May/10
|come on noaksi, get your photos added. Orinoako is destined to be a 4* neo-classic for sure!|
Ram MkiV - 05/May/10
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