Altitude 198m a.s.l
"God's own crag" © jameshiggins
CD = Cameron Duff
TC = Total Climbing
Everything else is updated as per YMC 2012 Guide
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Main access is via the stile in the lay-by on Low Lane/Merrybank Lane. Approach alongside the drystone wall. DO NOT CUT DIRECTLY ACROSS THE FIELD OR WALK ON TOP OF THE WALL.
Please DO NOT CLIMB HERE AT NIGHT.
The use of DRONES is prohibited.
The crag is on privately owned land and is not designated as open access. This means that it's very important that climbers look after the crag and behave well to maintain a good relationship with the farmer and the currently excellent access we enjoy.
Do not walk along the top of the drystone wall to access the crag - this will damage the wall and the relationship we have with the farmer who owns the crag and permits access. The approach through the field, whilst short, can be very muddy so bring approriate footwear and don't be tempted to take alternative routes.
The farmer who owns Almscliffe does not want the crag to be used at nightime for a lamping venue and continued daytime access relies on climbers respecting his wishes. For advice on how to pick an appropriate alternative venue for lantern sessions and minimise your impact, read this article.
Updated by UKC: 30th November, 2020
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