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The limestone and sandstone crags and quarries described in this guide are scattered over a large area of North, East and South Cumbria out with the Lake District, one of their many attractions is that their climbs may often remain dry when those in the National Park are not.
Important crags described include the superb Chapel Head Scar (Limestone) and delightful Armathwaite (Sandstone). These are contrasting venues, Chapel Head Scar is by far the best sport climbing venue in the region while Armathwaite is exclusively a Trad venue with many easier routes and is also the home of some very bold slab and wall climbs, many of which are desperate.
The numerous less well known crags give plenty of options within easy reach of the Lakes and are ideal venues to save a rainy day or as evening crags for locals.
10 July 2012
100mm x 160mm
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