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Scugdale

 

The climbing at Scugdale is spread across four crags. The most popular is Scot Crag with climbs at every grade but best for the easier grades. Barkers Crags is quieter but has the best selection of quality climbs at every grade.  Stoney Wicks is the smallest outcrop with climbs rarely above 3m high but is in a pleasant east facing situation and makes for a great warm up area. Snotterdale is the least popular, hidden away in the woods, it does however have a number of climbs that are worth seeking out especially on a windy day. A recently published venue at the head of Scugdale is White Stone.

Note: Please observe the access restrictions agreed between the landowner and the BMC, Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.

 

Barkers Crags
Scot Crag
Snotterdale
Stoney Wicks
White Stone  
 

 

Bouldering
More details regarding the bouldering at this venue at betaguides.com

 

 

 

Full details in the

North East England Guide

 

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