The Quarry - Left

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Sport
Sun and Shade
25 mins
Up and Down
Dry in the Rain
Sheltered

The left side of The Quarry is split into two walls of compact, steep rock that see quite a lot of attention. The steepest area around Sugar Ray is extremely sheltered and may provide some dry rock during light rain, whilst to the right the less steep and easier lines dry very quickly. Some of the easier lines are a touch runout.

Route (click for voting and user comments) Symbols Grade
1
Freedance
An extended boulder problem tackling the huge roof left of Brutal Equation. Finish up a small, hard corner and swing right to...
 
Strong
V7 7A+
2
A Brutal Equation
Occasionally dusty. A boulder-problem start from the back of the low roof is also possible at V4.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Strong
Pumpy
7a
3
Skinhead Clash
One of the steepest routes at this grade in the quarry.
7 user comments
 
1 Stars
Strong
6b+
4
Idiot Joy Showland
An excellent little pitch. Make a hard rockover above the low overhang, then climb direct up the leaning wall on incuts. The...
5 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
6c+
5
Sugar Ray
A neat stamina pitch up the flowstone face that is deceptively tough. The start to gain a jug over the second roof is a V2...
10 user comments
 
2 Stars
Pumpy
7a+
6
Names is for Tombstones, Baby
Start at the right-hand end of the long strip roof. Two cruxes.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
7a
7
Transparent Birthday Suit
Start to the right of a grassy mound. A nice little route that requires a steady approach on the top slab.
6 user comments
 5c
8
Ideal World
A good pitch that features a couple of technical moves - beware this line sees a significant number of failures. Climb straight...
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
6a+
9
Squalid Walid and the Druze Blues
More sustained and slightly better than Ideal World, with a similarly puzzling finish to the same lower-off.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
6b
10
Ozark Mountain Daredevils
One of the better 6a+ climbs at Dancing Ledge.
5 user comments
 
1 Stars
6a+
11
B4 Destruction
A worthwhile line up the steep and crimpy wall.
 
1 Stars
Technical
6b+
12
Date with a Frog
The interesting groove just left of the high roof is a good benchmark 6a.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
Pumpy
6a
13
Project
A reach-dependant move at the overhang.
 
Reachy
7c
14
Fear of a Black Planet
The bulges to a good finish on flowstone holds.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Pumpy
7a
15
Today Forever
A lovely, balancy pitch up the black wall and roof that has a perplexing crux sequence.
4 user comments
 
1 Stars
Reachy
Pumpy
7a+
  • Latest Comments

    For DANCING LEDGE

    Hiccup
    "Crimpy stuff followed by juggy stuff. Much better than the description suggests...." 17/May

    Skinhead Clash
    "Second bolt replaced." 23/Mar

    Daylight Robbery
    "Climbing it this weekend, I pulled the big horn off at the end of the crux secti..." 31/Jan

    John Craven's Willy Warmer
    "Above the bulge, 1m before the lower off, the flake you may grab to pull onto th..." 23/Oct

    Sugar Ray
    "an excellent little power endurance sprint. cool moves with no real rest." 13/Sep

    Skinhead Clash
    "The bolt holes and some glue are visible where the 2nd bolt used to be. Possibly..." 08/Jul

    Skinhead Clash
    "June 2010 - 2nd bolt missing" 25/Jun

    John Craven's Willy Warmer
    "Good value at 5+, pleasant climbing on a strong natural line" 08/Oct

    Slopin' and Hopin'
    "done on very hot august day, felt very hard and mage pumpy! very good tho!" 31/Aug

    Sea of Holes
    "There has been a slight mudslide at the top of this route - take a helmet!" 12/Jul

    Borra Ring
    "went to climb this one and found the rock really greasy, couldnt get to the seco..." 27/May

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