Climbs 37
Rocktype Gritstone
Altitude 500m a.s.l
Faces E

Blown up but not forgotten © tutbury

Crag features

The crag gets morning and early afternoon sun, and isn't sheltered. Quick drying as it takes no seepage. A steep slope bellow the edge means it can feel more exposed and you need to watch your kit doesn't roll down the hill!

Approach notes

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
 Buttress 50 feet left of Main Crag 
2Corner ClimbD 2
3Pull Up RibS 1
4Traditional CrackVD 1
5WanderVD 1
 The Main Crag 
7Holding Back The YearsVS 4c 4
8West ChimneyHVD 1
9West Buttress DirectVS 4c 4
10CurbstonesVD 5
11Grey CornerVS 5a  
12Dum Spiro, Spero
E1 5b 2
13Grey WallHVS 5a *2
14Qui-Mal-Y-PenseHVS 5a *2
15Mantelshelf ButtressHVD 4
16Black WallHVS 5b *1
17Easy ChimneyM 4
18Crocodile TearsHVS 5a 1
19BetrayalHVD 2
20Bilberry FaceVS 4c 2
21Blast OffHVD 1
22Guilty as ChargedE2 5c *1
23TNTE3 6a * 
24FirecrackerHVD 4a 1
25Master BlasterE3 6a  
26Blitz AreteHVS 4c *4
27Dynamite HotE3 6a ** 
28Shepherd's DelightHVS 5a  
29Parallel CracksS 3
30VickyHS 4a 1
31Girdle traverseVS 4c  
 Lower Yellowslacks 
33Two Tier ClimbHS 4b 1
34Left Dog-Leg ChimneyHS 4b 1
35Right Dog-Leg ChimneyVD 1
36Dog Rock RidgeVS 4c * 
37Dog Eat DogVS 5a  
38Give The Dog A BoneVS 4c 1
 Scrambles and Winter climbs 
40Yellowslacks Brook1 3
41Yellowslacks Brook (winter)I 1

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