Climbs 31
Rocktype Schist
Altitude 255m a.s.l
Faces N

Top-roping at Farrletter © tallthinmonkey

Crag features

A potentially very good wee crag that has been left in a fair mess by un-consulted retro-bolted and shoddy chopping of bolts.

All peg-reliant routes except Too Farr are currently defunct due to removal of pegs. A couple of bolts remain in strange positions, as do some sharp bolt ends.

The idiots who made this mess are politely requested to sort it out.

Ceasefarr - Has a good offset just right of the niche in the crack at about 1/3 height. Then the gear mentioned in the guide at the crack before the top traverse. Ok for lead but feels at least E3 5c. Private Farr - Was given a clean 08/2016 Yet so Farther/ The Art of CC - Two pegs back in which look like they'd help.
RAB623 - 20/Oct/16
A fücking disgrace by both the bolters and choppers. Needs full bolt removal, peg replacement, a good scrub to get the moss off, accurate assessment of grades for onsight leads, and THEN maybe a good open debate about whether it should be bolted.
Fiend - 28/Sep/14
Yes! All the protection is pegs anyway
hcreber - 26/Mar/11
Should Farletter Crag be bolted???????????
graeme hepburn - 09/Oct/09
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
 Farletter Crag 
2Farr OneE1 5b 2
3Private FarrE1 5b 8
4CeasefarrE2 5c *5
5FarrplayE1 5c 6
6EinfahrtE2 5c 3
7FarrlakeS 14
8AusfahrtE1 5b 7
9FarroutE3 6a *9
10Too farr for the bearE4 5c **26
11The FarrterE5 6a **11
12The Master FarrterE5 6c 1
13Liquid Quartz
E5 6b  
14Yet So FarrE3 6a **11
15Yet so Farther
E5 6b 1
16The Art of Course ClimbingE5 6a **5
17Links Fahren
E5 6b  
18Strike OneE1 5b 8
VD 2
 Farletter South 
E1 5a  
E2 5b  
23Holiday Tricks
E3 5c * 
24Leeper Madness
E3 6a * 
E4 6b  
26Mighty Mouse
E3 6a * 
27Farrthest South
E2 5c  
28Farr too High
E3 6a  
29FirelighterS 2
30Spark to a FlameE1 5a 1
31So near and yet so far7a **1
32Farrlake (Direct start)
HVS 5b  
33Farr Harder
E6 6b ** 

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