Climbs 49
Rocktype Gritstone
Altitude 300m a.s.l
Faces SW

Gladiator © Ben Clarke

Crag features

Rowantree Tor (AKA The Incredible Boulders) are set in a fine position overlooking the upper section of Fosse Gill and at the end of Rowantree Crag Ridge, the area consist of a little tor and an edge/boulders, downhill towards the stream.
The rock is of high quality and its architecture is interesting, providing a fine bunch of steady-away problems.
Visited by Jon Pearson and Fran Holland some time ago and a handfull of problems recorded on yorkshire grit.com. Recently further explored.
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Approach notes

By far the easiest is a more direct approach is along the shooting track from the High Crag parking though, if shooting parties are around, this may be best avoided to steer clear of disturbance. 

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  The Edge
2 Starter f4+ 8
3 It Aint' Over Til' f4+ * 7
4 Smooth Opera f3 12
5 Slipshod f3 * 12
6 Smearly f3 11
7 Willow f4 9
8 E f6A+ ** 5
9 Dash f5+ *** 15
10 Daudle f4+ * 3
11 Jack-Jack f3+ 10
12 Pine f4 * 7
13 Mr Incredible f6A+ *** 7
14 Elastigirl f5+ * 4
15 Elm f3+ ** 13
16 Elastiboy f4+ 6
17 Frozone f6A * 1
18 Cheeky Cherry f3 9
19 Slab 1
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f2 8
20 Slab 2 f2 11
21 Sessile Crack f6A * 7
22 Green Edge f4+ 5
23 Copper Beech f6A * 3
24 Silver Birch f3+ 5
  The Tor
26 Easter Island f5 * 8
27 Probe f5+ * 1
28 Juggy Edge
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f3 4
29 Where's My Pullover f5+ * 4
30 Washout f4+ * 6
31 Quest f5+ * 5
32 Challenger f4 * 6
33 Tor Gully f2+ 6
34 Gladiator f6B+ *** 5
35 Hacker f6A+ * 4
36 Simulator f6A ** 6
37 Left for Dead f5+ 4
38 Fallen Idol f2 ** 9
39 Branch Line f5 * 6
40 Not Mushroom f6A ** 5
41 Sin f3+ 3
42 The Rowantree Rodeo f6A * 2
43 Syndrome f6B+ ** 3
44 Contortinator f6A * 1
45 What Nigel's bin' Looking For! f5 ** 10
46 Rowantree Corner f5+ ** 9
47 Red Kite f6C+ * 1
48 Violet f5 * 11
49 Ultra Violet f6C ** 2
50 Rowantree ArĂȘte f5+ ** 8
51 Rowantree Wall f4 8

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