Back to one of our favourite early season venues. With a relatively short drive and walk in, there should be time for two or three routes. Meeting point: A6 Leasgill

Giggleswick South

A sunny sheltered crag of limestone with mainly sport climbing lines. Some trad lines of MVS and above. Meeting point: Auction J36

Kettle Crag

A hidden gem located on the side of Pike O’Blisco overlooking “The Band”. Well worth the walk in Meeting point: Plumgarths layby


Novice Friendly Crag A small, crag on a little fell above the South Lakes road. Lots of parking on a short stretch of the old road near Newby bridge. Meeting […]

White Crag Langdale

Previously known as far West Raven. Clean rock with good friction. Routes of all grades. Meeting point: Plumgarths layby

Attermire Scar

Above Settle, limestone with fairly short routes that pack in the moves. A wide range of grades with trad protection. Nice for a summer evening. Meeting point: Auction J36

Twistleton Scars (SD 716 762)

This popular Limestone crag has a great outlook overlooking Ingleborough. With a huge choice of short routes on offer, an evenings visit will give you just a taster of what’s […]

White Ghyll

Our 1st venture into the higher crags. Another classic Langdale Crag. The steep scramble up the ghyll always feels hard, but the superb climbing is more than adequate compensation. Meeting […]

Buckbarrow Crag

Several buttresses mostly with a big crag feel. About 35 minutes to walk in. Midges can be a problem some evenings. Meeting point: Layby on R on A6 1Km N […]

Robin Proctor Scar

Just outside Clapham this mainly newly bolted bolted crag features sport routes mainly in the 6a+ grades. Quick drying and one of the best views in the Dales. Meeting point: […]

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