Long Crag

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Boulder
Afternoon sun
Uphill
20 mins

Long Crag is a small but high quality venue, with a good range from V0 to V11 and one classic. Guidebook page 62.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Problem 1
Climb the cracks.
 V0 5a
2
Unbreakable
Climb past the left end of the shelf via a slightly dubious sharp flake and up the cracked wall to the top.
 
1 Stars
Fluttery
V2 6a
3
Long Division
Follow the faint crack line with distinct crux moves and finish rightwards.
 
2 Stars
Technical
Strong
V9
4
Beast of Burden
One of the best V7s in the Lakes. Start with your right hand in the thin crack and left on a crimp. Reach the lip of the shelf...
 
3 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
V7
5
Long Wave
Starting at an undercut, climb to the middle of the shelf.
 
1 Stars
Technical
V4
6
Problem 6
Climb the obvious line of sharp holds to gain the right end of the shelf and pull on to it with relief. V5 from a sit-start.
 
1 Stars
Technical
V2 6a
7
Problem 7
The mossy crack to the right awaits a keen yard-brush wielder.
 V0 5a
8
Black Rhino
Start a metre right of the mossy crack. Head for the triangular niche with thin moves and a vague crack. At the niche finish up...
 
2 Stars
Reachy
V3
9
White Wryno
An excellent independent line to the right again. Start via an undercut and on side-pulls moving up right to finish by the...
 
2 Stars
Bumstart
V6
10
Problem 10
From some stepped ledges, up to the square protruding block - harder than it looks.
 
1 Stars
V2 6a
11
Problem 11
Over the bulge and finish up the cracked wall. A sit-down start makes it V3.
 V1 5c
12
Longitude
Start up Problem 11 and do the low traverse, which is somewhat sustained! Finish up Problem 5.
2 user comments
 
3 Stars
Pumpy
Crimpy
V8
13
Problem 13
Pull layaways to gain the slab and pass the classic Lakes high-fell juniper without damaging it.
 
1 Stars
Bumstart
V2 6a
14
The Bulge
A quick pull from sitting gains a jug and a romp to the top.
 
Bumstart
V0+ 5b
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