Climbs 41
Rocktype Rhyolite
Altitude 580m a.s.l
Faces SW

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Topping out on Gringo...Easy E2 with a fantastic view! © jwdickinson25

Crag features

Several buttresses., 10-25m high. Good rough rock in an often very windy position. Best routes - Custers Last Stand(E2), Black Watch(HVS), Madam Butterfly(E1), Marathon Crack,(HS), The Mission(E2), Bongo Arete(S), Smallpox(HVS), mosedale Ridge(VD), Purple Haze(E1), Great Pretender(E1).

Approach notes

45 minute uphill walk from Cockley Beck.

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Lower Left Buttress
2 Heavens Gate
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VS 4c  
3 Roadrunner
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VS 4c  
4 Mortal Thought
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MVS 4b  
  Lower Slab
6 Yeti
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VS 5a 2
7 The Great Pretender
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E1 5b * 4
8 Deep Sea Diver
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VS 5a 1
9 Purple Haze
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E1 5b * 7
10 Swinger Left Hand
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VS 5a 2
11 Mosedale Ridge
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VD * 6
  Lower Right Buttress
13 Mosedale Crease
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E1 5b 2
14 Chasing the Shade
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VS 4c  
  Pox Wall
16 Pox on the Rox
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VS 4c  
17 Chickenpox
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E1 5b 1
Climb name Grade
18 Smallpox
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HVS 5b * 1
19 Poxy Wall
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S  
  Far Left Buttress
21 Bongo Arete
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S * 4
22 Peashooter
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S 1
23 Catapult * MVS 4b 1
  Bookend Wall Area
25 The Mission
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E2 5c * 1
26 Family Affair
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S  
27 Bolting Bill
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MVS 4b  
28 Marathon Crack
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HS 4b * 7
29 Madam Butterfly
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E1 5a * 8
  Nose Buttress
31 Gringo
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E2 5c 1
32 Black Watch
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HVS 5a * 4
33 Sundance
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S 2
34 Sombrero
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VD 2
Climb name Grade
  Central Buttress
36 Little Big Man
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E1 5b 1
37 Calamity Jane
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E2 5c 2
38 Custers Last Stand
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E2 5c ** 6
39 Buffalo Bill
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E2 5c 1
40 Malteser
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MVS 4b 4
41 Tomorrow's Hero * E6 6c ** 1
  Solo Wall
43 The Lone Ranger
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S 3
44 Stand Alone
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VS 4c 3
45 The Boulderer
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MVS 4b 4
  Right-Hand Buttress
47 Go Sloe
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MVS 4b  
48 Cirrus Minor
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VS 4c 1
49 Cloud Nine
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E1 1
50 Hi-Fi *
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E2 6a 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
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