Climbs 26
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 90m a.s.l
Faces W

abstract arete © Stuart Wood

Crag features

A useful low lying single pitch (up to 30m) crag. Excellent clean granite. Abstract Arete(E3), Right Hand Crack(HVS), Art for Arts Sake(E5), Left Edge(S).

Approach notes

Five minutes from the parking place below the crag.

Access Advice

Seasonal Restrictions

Dates: 1 March to 30 June

Reason: Nesting Birds

The restriction is signed on site and applies to the whole crag.

All the routes I've done on Upper Crag are about one grade overgraded.
Rog Wilko - 22/Aug/10
bolt belay has been taken out. now used by lots of groups so can get busy. great rock in a great place but expect to find someone abseiling down your chosen route.
biscuit - 25/Aug/05
Brings back memories of enjoyable evenings when I lived in W.Cumbria. A useful,quick drying crag to visit if you have a spare afternoon/evening in the area-some short but good routes on Eskdale Granite.The main slab is used occasionally by the nearby OBMS, it has (or did have ) a large BOLT belay above the main slab
Bob Bennett - 22/Apr/04
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  lower crag
2 The Mantelsheves
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VS 4c 12
3 The Crack
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VS 5a 33
4 Lady Fingers
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HVS 5b 4
5 Nail File
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HVS 5b 9
6 Diagonal Route
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VD 28
7 Linbeck Chimney
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S 4a 2
  the main wall
9 Abstract Arete
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E3 5c * 3
10 Right-hand Crack
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HVS 5b * 59
11 Art for Art's Sake
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E5 6b * 6
12 Central Crack
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VS 5a * 76
13 Left-hand Crack
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E1 5c 13
14 Tunnel Vision
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E2 5c 2
15 Blank Check
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E3 6a 1
16 Left Edge
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S 3c * 25
17 Red Hour
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HVS 5a 4
18 Brothers in Arms VS 4b 3
  upper crag
20 Open Groove
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D 3
21 Block and Tackle
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VD 49
22 Face Route
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HVS 5a 53
23 Face Route, Direct Start
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E1 5c 26
24 Terrace Crack
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VD 61
25 The Middle Way
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S 4a 84
26 Dog Leg Crack
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VD 66
27 Edge Hog
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D 18
28 Slim Line Tonic * VS 4c * 20
29 Cuckoo Pillar * VS 4c 6
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.

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