Great Tor - Lower Tier

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The best rock on the cliff, in a great setting and with a collection of excellent climbs. The well-protected Bilberry Crack, the superb jamming on Brown's Crack and the well-positioned Quien Sabe? are the classics in the Orange Zone. The Salmon Slab has a great collection of intense Black Zone routes.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Shallow Groove
The pleasant groove would benefit from a bit of traffic.
1 user comment
 S
2
Hasta La Vista
Climb the wide awkward crack (not much gear) to its top then traverse out right to escape the overhangs.
4 user comments
 
Graunchy
HVD
3
Back Flip
The bold left arete, passing a tricky overlap, to the capstone. An odd off-balance move leads out left then finish direct....
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
E1
4
Benberry Wall
The centre of the wall is strenuous, poorly protected and usually dirty. Just to cap it all, some of the flakes feel creaky.
3 user comments
 
Loose
E3
5
The Naked Eye
Climb the right side of the wall using flakes and then the steep and worrying arete, eventually on its right-hand side. Scary.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
E2
6
Bilberry Crack
The excellent and very protectable thin crack in the corner. It is possible to start round to the left up a gloomy corner.
9 user comments
 
2 Stars
Technical
VS
7
Recess Crack
The right-hand corner of the recess is a decent lower grade climb with mostly good holds and plenty of protection.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
VD
8
Recess Groove
Climb the V-groove, and short wall, just left of the arete. Try to avoid holds on the route to the left.
1 user comment
 HS
9
Nemmes Pas Harry
Climb the steep bulging wall on flexible flakes, then the delicate scoop above, moving right past a disappointing pocket.
9 user comments
 
2 Stars
E1
10
Nemmes Sabe
A neat and sustained combo, starting up the previous route and finishing up the next one. Heading left at a lower level is...
1 user comment
 
2 Stars
HVS
11
Quien Sabe?
Classic. Start up Brown's Crack, but follow ramps left and tackle the crucial crack that splits the bulge. Well protected but...
10 user comments
 
3 Stars
Technical
VS
12
Brown's Crack
The straight fissure is a real cracker. Awkward moves gain the deepening crack/groove, protection is perfect throughout.
11 user comments
 
3 Stars
HS
13
The Egg
The elegant hanging scoop is entered from the left and exited rapidly to the right.
2 user comments
 E4
14
High and Dry
The scoop direct is technical to a harrowing exit. No sideways chicanery is allowed on this one though!
1 user comment
 E6
15
Jetrunner
Climb the wall to hard moves past a tiny pocket to the top break - micro-wires and tiny cams. Traverse left and sprint up the...
14 user comments
 
2 Stars
E4
16
The Salmon
As for Trout until standing in the high pocket. Traverse right to the small group of poor pockets, and finish as for Smoked...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
E7
17
Trout
The most popular of the shoal, also known as Salmon Left-hand. As for Jetrunner to the top break then make a high step into...
2 user comments
 
3 Stars
E6
18
Salmon Direct
As for Jetrunner to the top break then move right and make some hard moves to gain a high pocket from the right (left foot in...
1 user comment
 
2 Stars
Technical
E6
19
Smoked Salmon
Gain the top break direct then make three wild moves up to a poor edge and then a slightly better pocket to the right. Finish...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
E7
20
Curving Crack
Loop along the curving crack then swing right on jams past the arete to finish up Sandy Crack, which some find to be the crux!
6 user comments
 
2 Stars
VS
21
Poached Salmon
Tackle the arete via a series of slaps to gain the break, reach up and left for a small flake (very hard for the short) to...
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
E5
22
Sandy Crack
The steep, widening crack in the corner has a tricky exit passing a large threadable chockstone.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
Graunchy
HS
23
Quebec City
From Sandy Crack, follow the inviting horizontal break through hard-man's territory, all the way to Quien Sabe?
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
VS
24
Greydon Boddington
The left-hand line in the short wall, passing a shelf, and finishing up a short crack. The crack is slow to dry.
7 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
HVS
25
Fizz
The right-hand line with two pairs of strange pockets that provide both holds and awkward-to-thread runners.
8 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
E1