STEEL KNOTTS


Compact and relatively low lying, Steel Knotts is a popular and easily accessed outcrop of excellent rock with plenty of good single-pitch climbs. The crag has a fine open outlook and gets sun early in the day and shade later, making it a flexible venue whether the weather is hot or cold. The majority of the routes are in the VS to mid-E grades offering faces and cracks - The Sting is one of the best jamming cracks in the Lake District. Steel Knotts Bluff is an easy going little slab of rock that is good for groups.

Routes

23 trad routes (Diff...E4)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other
Steel Knotts Crag
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17
Trad
Morning sun
Uphill

20 mins

Steel Knotts Bluff
Below the main crag of Steel Knots is a small easy-angled slab of good rock that has some pleasant...
6
Trad
Sun to mid-afternoon
Uphill

20 mins

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