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Seasonal Restrictions

Dates: 1 March to 30 June

Reason: Nesting Birds

Kestrels nest on the crag but no formal restriction is in place as they are not Schedule 1 (legally protected) or locally rare birds. If they are in residence on the crag, please climb past their nest site as quickly as possible taking care not to cause any damage and limit disturbance.

48m, 2 pitches. Begin at a mossy corner behind the large oak tree (near Thomas).

1. Gain an arete on the left via the steep corner, then swinging left from a good hold; or, move left lower down (steep). Gain the right-trendng grooveline, passing to the right of a steepening, and follow this into vegetation. Belay below then arete

2. 21m Climb the steep arete on good holds.

This area tends to be dirty.

W F Dowlen, G Holmes 21/Jun/1956.

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Jone's Route Direct from Lord's Rake

Grade: HS 4b ***
(Scafell Crag)

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