Altitude 312m a.s.l
A small crag pleasantly situated at the top of coniston dib, just off a footpath. Mixture of flat and sloping landings, with the current recorded routes climbed as boulder problems/solos generally over flat landings. Belays are scarce at the top, but the meat of most routes is in the lower half, so can be traversed off or down climbed if you don't fancy the top. I have provided approximate trad grades where appropriate
PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE VEGETATION
Plants are nice, yeah?
Park in conistone, on the Kilnsey side of the bridge. This is popular with walkers so can get busy on sunny weekends.
Walk over the bridge, and straight through the village, to a 5 bar gate, and follow the path on the other side of this, through a limestone gorge, past bull scar and finally, to Conistone Dib. The crag is obvious on the left, just through a small gate.
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