January 2014 Derwentwater . Lake District
From the Lake District and Northumberland in the North down to Cornwall in the South West, England has many fine cliffs, with arguably Derbyshire and Yorkshire hosting some of the finest climbing around, on rock type that can vary significantly in just a few miles. The weather in England, while still often damp, is generally better than other areas in the UK.
Flying to London will be the best option, from where you can easily travel to all the areas described.
Weather station 6.4 miles from here
1,015 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',148],['3 Stars',267],['2 Stars',298],['1 Star',267],['Bomb',8]
Classic Climbing Routes in England
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for England:
Featured Route For England
Left Unconquerable 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a Europe
: United Kingdom
: ... : Unconquerable Buttress
Left Unconquerable, a steep layback flake, is a mega-classic of the Peak District. Great holds, great gear, and a fabulous setting make it a perennial favorite along with its equally classic (and slightly easier) brother, Right Unconquerable. Start at an obvious finger-width flake and lieback a move or two to a horizontal. Another move will get you to an excellent jug in the crack. With more difficulty, lieback the flake to another horizontal at 2/3 height. From here, a tricky sequence involving...[more] Browse More Classics in International