Far North

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Sport
Morning sun
10 mins
Downhill
Sheltered

Godnor Far North has become a popular section of cliff that receives plenty of early morning sun, and has lots of easily accessible lines, mainly in the low to mid-grades.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Gi' It Laldy
Make a hard start over the undercut roof (boulder missing at present). Steep, blind climbing and much harder than its...
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
Strong
6c
2
Harpies and Quines
A good atmospheric little route which is worth seeking out. Pumpy all the way. The first bolt is high.
7 user comments
 
2 Stars
Pumpy
6b+
3
Any Day Mike?
Start as for Harpies and Quines and continue directly up the shallow rib.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
7b+
4
One Day, James
A good route featuring a nice crack that has now cleaned up.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
6b+
5
Pathfinder
An excellent little pitch which is quite tricky at the top.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
6b
6
Sidewinder
A good, subtle line up a series of thin flakes and cracks.
8 user comments
 
Pumpy
6a
7
Dreamscape
A popular route that can be made harder by climbing direct past the first bolt at 6b.
8 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
6a
8
Ben
The central section of the route is the difficult bit.
6 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
5a
9
Willem
A tricky mid-height move again.
6 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
5a
10
Jasper
A more sustained pitch that still has a tricky mid-section. Perhaps the easiest line on this section of the crag.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
4c
11
Jody Sunshine
Beware of the crux move (about half way) it is harder than you might expect, although the top half is straightforward.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
4c
12
Wave Warrior
High in the grade. Start at a crack and finish at a jutting block on the skyline.
14 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
4c
13
Valerie's Patio
The right-to-left rising diagonal line.
3 user comments
 
Pumpy
Loose
3
14
Garden Party
The wall above Valerie's Patio. Start up Valerie's Patio.
 
1 Stars
6a
15
Starbuck
A tricky move at mid-height, involving crimpy holds to the left, gains easier climbing above.
2 user comments
 
Technical
6a
16
Last Human
Thin wall climbing.
 
Technical
Crimpy
6c
17
Tin Man
The flowstone flecked shallow arete.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
Crimpy
5c
18
Tombstone Top 50
A beauty for the grade which is a nice relaxing climb for a hot summer day. The start looks unlikely, but persevere.
7 user comments
 
2 Stars
3+
19
Where Silence Has Lease
The best pitch here up the blunt arete on its right-hand side. Tough at the top and requiring a long reach.
4 user comments
 
2 Stars
Reachy
Pumpy
6c
20
Wedding Daze
Clean climbing throughout. One brief hard move at the top to a massive jug.
9 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
6b
21
Future Imperfect
A highly regarded route. Straightforward moves leading to a nice finishing crack.
8 user comments
 
2 Stars
Pumpy
6a+
22
Jacob's Ladder
A fine pitch that finishes at the jutting block.
14 user comments
 
2 Stars
Technical
5a
23
The Truth is Out There
A good jug-haul to start with gains a delicate top section. The small crimpy stuck-on bits at the top are the key to success.
8 user comments
 
2 Stars
Technical
6b
24
Resistance is Futile
A good, technical roof and wall problem that gives by far and away the hardest move (or two) at the cliff.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
Strong
7a+
25
Car Parts, Bottles and Cutlery
Keep left near the top, out of the groove.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
6b+
26
Factor 15
A reasonable pitch which can be a bit dusty.
8 user comments
 
1 Stars
6a+
27
Net Asset
Tackle the overhang to the right of Factor 15. Move diagonally left to turn the overhang on its left-hand side and then head...
 
Loose
5c
28
Kung Fu Panda
Climb to the right end of the overhang and then up the corner and wall above.
 
1 Stars
4a
29
Nonnie and the Pulp Fiction Tantrum
The crack and wall.
 
1 Stars
4c
  • Latest Comments

    For GODNOR

    Jasper
    "Very cruxy, and even though I could just reach through I still thought the route..." 29/Sep

    Tin Man
    "Well I thought it was OK! The Thank God side pull at mid height is very welcome,..." 26/May

    The Truth is Out There
    "Good climbing. There was a massive juggy sidepull that felt like it was loose, i..." 28/Jan

    Wave Warrior
    "Tricky finish, reckon this is a 5. Nicer than the routes to its left, much less ..." 12/Aug

    Factor 15
    "I agree - the bolts are very spaced, and it definitely felt harder than 6a+" 29/Jun

    Wedding Daze
    "didn't need to use height for this - reverse side pulled thing at chest height, ..." 31/May

    Wave Warrior
    "I felt this route needs more that a F4+ climber, leading, onsight, therefore it ..." 29/Apr

    Jacob's Ladder
    "Unlike everyone else, I didn't think this route was very good, and wouldn't give..." 05/Apr

    Factor 15
    "Complete sandbag for the grade with a wealth of snapping holds.." 12/Nov

    Factor 15
    "Agree - not too cleverly bolted and harder than its 6b+ neighbour." 11/Nov

    Wedding Daze
    "first time sport climbing, what a good route, disagree with arm-span dependent, ..." 11/Jun

    Gi' It Laldy
    "I have just pulled off a large jug next to the third bolt. Possibly making this ..." 11/May

    Tin Man
    "Not too bad a climb. Going right up the flake is arguably off route but way easi..." 15/Apr

    Pathfinder
    "I found the start - the initial layback - desperate. After that it's a series of..." 09/Apr

    Jacob's Ladder
    "great route definately worth its star!! ledges are not too bad at the moment ..." 15/Mar

    Wave Warrior
    "the moves at the top may seem daunting but are definatly not 5 let alone 6a!! as..." 10/Feb

    Sidewinder
    "Couldn't do the last couple of meters (not even close). It is possible to "..." 12/Nov

    The Truth is Out There
    "Plenty of big holds to get you to the last 2 bolts, where the 6b stuff starts. N..." 09/Aug

    Factor 15
    "Bit runnout, but no longer dusty. I enjoyed it but thought it hard for the grade..." 31/May

    Harpies and Quines
    "I can lend you a drill..." 17/May

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