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Climbs 23
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 257m a.s.l
Faces E

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Dominic Green starting the curux pull on Peace (E2 6a) at Drabber Tor © Alan James - UKC and UKH

Crag features

A triangular wall on the west side of the river in Wolfscote Dale. Recent developement has tidied up some of the old routes and added new ones. Lower offs are in place above the most popular routes and situ gear has been replaced. Seldom busy, this is a picturesque venue for those in search of peace and quiet. The crag is in the shade after 11.30 in the summer. 

Approach notes

Park at Beresford Dale road end and walk down the dale towards the Celestial Twin. Pass this and continue on the path for around 20 minutes until the crag can be seen on the opposite bank.Wade or use stepping stones to cross the river directly under the crag.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Terminal Corner VD  
2 Jerry Moffatt Stole My Face E2 5b *  
3 Vapid VS 4a  
4 Gordian VS 4b  
5 Dutch Sunday HVS 5a  
6 Kuragin
E3 5c 6
7 Peace
E2 6a ** 17
8 North Winds E1 5b * 18
Climb name Grade
9 Perlusive
E1 5b * 8
10 Blow all Away E4 6a * 6
11 Nettlefish E5 6b * 5
12 Solara E5 6b * 2
13 War E1 5b  
14 Muninn E5 6a * 3
15 Flame E1 5b  
16 Huginn
E3 6a  
Climb name Grade
17 Gourd HVS 5a  
18 Death Croak E1 5c  
19 The Fault E4 6a  
  Drabber Pinnacle
21 Fred Loads
22 Dog's Day VS 4c  
23 Bill Sowerbutts VS 4a  
24 Professor Alan Gemmel VS 4b  

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