Hathersage Trip

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A secluded area with a few interesting Orange Spot routes plus some harder stuff - typical out-of-the-way Stanage.

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1
Squally Showers
A slanting green groove leads to the pleasant upper arete.
1 user comment
 VS
2
The Edale Trip
Lower meanderings lead to bulges then a ledge. The upper slab is the meat of the route, and is both bold and precarious.
 
1 Stars
Technical
E3
3
Mercury Crack
From the cave, struggle into the hanging crack.
 
1 Stars
Graunchy
VD
4
My Herald of Free Enterprise
A harrowing lead up the left arete. Gain it from the right and press on boldly! A dubious small cam is the only lifeline.
1 user comment
 
2 Stars
E6
5
The Hathersage Trip
Climb the sustained centre of the wall to the left of the crack. Protection is adequate (small cams and wires) though fiddly.
4 user comments
 
2 Stars
Technical
E4
6
Overhanging Crack
The wide crack splitting the wall is approached from the left up a thinner fissure. Awkward and thuggy climbing throughout.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
Graunchy
HVS
7
Courtesy of Jonboy
The undercut arete left of the crack.
 
1 Stars
Technical
f7B+
8
Corner Crack
The leaning groove is thrutchy and feels bold despite the thread.
2 user comments
 
Graunchy
HVS
9
National Breakdown
The desperate bulging wall right of the corner.
1 user comment
 
1 Stars
Technical
f7B+
10
Big Bob's Bazzer
Use the thin flake to access the bulging arete.
 E1
11
Mr Twitch
The centre of the block is short and intense.
 
Technical
E6
12
Fulcrum
The disjointed cracks in the north-facing wall.
 HVS
13
Seesaw
Climb the left arete of the slab, starting from the left. The flake in the break that seesawed snapped years ago.
2 user comments
 
1 Stars
VS
14
Margery Daw
Climb the scooped centre of the slab and the crucial overlap from a start on the left or on the right.
3 user comments
 
1 Stars
Technical
HVS