Altitude 273m a.s.l
An historic training crag overlooking Blea Tarn betwixt the Great and Little Langdales. With excellent grassy landings, quality independent lines as well as obvious traverses and eliminates should provide a satisfying session for boulderers operating in the font7a to font7c range.
Park in one of two small lay-bys (either side of a cattle grid) at the apex of the pass linking the far end of Great Langdale valley with Little Langdale. From here, facing southwest, walk up the
grassy slope flanking the northwest side of a dry stone wall. After around 200m the wall/fence reaches and butts up against a crag, this is Rakerigg Crag. Go over the fence (not damaging it or the wall!) and the main face of the crag becomes instantly apparent to your right.
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