Scarlett's Wall

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Early morning sun
20 mins
Uphill

A fine square pillar home to one of Harry Scarlett's original bold (pumped in pumps!) offerings from the 1930s and a few more modern routes. The climbs tend to be reachy and fingery, plus as is often the case with Wharncliffe, protection is not especially generous and the landings are worrying.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Earth Blues
The tough side-wall is climbed trending left to the break. Move left again and layback the arete.
 
Technical
E5 6b
2
Scarlett's Wall Arete
The left arete is reachy and not too well protected.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
VS 4c
3
Scarlett's Climb
Climb the centre of the wall on flaky holds to a stretchy finish. Harder for the short.
 
1 Stars
HS 4c
4
Scarlett's Edge
The arete eases with height. This route was previously known as The Scarlett Letter.
 VS 4b
5
Scarlett's Chimney
The chimney starts off okay then fizzles out a bit.
1 user comment
 
Graunchy
D
  • Latest Comments

    For WHARNCLIFFE

    Deep Chimney
    "Changed from D * to D *, no votes" 23/Mar

    Just a Minute
    "Have to disagree with just about all of the above. It's certainly not 'hopeless'..." 10/May

    The Crack of Doom
    "I'm a little bulky through the shoulder and chest, I can get one shoulder in and..." 30/Mar

    Sidewinder
    "Not that reachy - my partner is fairly short but had no problem reaching the top..." 06/Aug

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