Climbs 10
Rocktype Rhyolite
Altitude 641m a.s.l
Faces E

peachey on his day out, topping out © dunnyg

Crag features

Exclusively a winter venue. The post popular route is Dollwagon Gully but the easier gullies are also worthwhile.

I'm pretty certain that the photo is of a route on Tarn Crag in Langdale (above White Ghyll and below Stickle Tarn) -- the rock is generally clean, has a sunny aspect - pretty much like the photo. The Tarn Crag with Dollywaggon gully is most definitely a winter only venue, North East facing, abounding in steep soggy vegetation for most of the year, and totally unlikley to give the sort of climbing shown.
Alan Stark - 18/Jan/05
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Tarn Crag Gully 1 I/II * 54
2 Tarn Crag Buttress 1 I/II 3
3 Tarn Crag Gully 2 I 62
4 Tarn Crag Buttress 2 II/III 2
Climb name Grade
5 Peachey's grand day out II/III 1
6 Tarn Crag Gully 3 I 35
7 Dollywagon Gully Buttress III ** 2
8 Dollywagon Gully III 4 *** 125
Climb name Grade
9 Dollywagon Chimney III * 12
10 Dollywagon Chimney Right Hand IV 4 *  

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