Honister Crag Rock Climbing
Looking down towards Honister Pass
This crag is situated above Honister Pass near the summit of Fleetwith Pike,looks down the Buttermere Valley.From the top of Honister Pass follow the Drum house path to reach the summit plateau of Fleetwith Pike.At a col and small tarn descend heather slopes for about 150'to a terrace which runs back towards the top of the pass to the base of the crag.The climbing is spectacular and due to the situation of the crag very exposed.Considering the lack of traffic many of the central climbs were or still are on clean and sound rock.
See above and FRCC guide to Buttermere and the Eastern Crags.
Climbing Season For the England area.
Weather station 7.1 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Honister Crag
Hyperspace. E3 5c 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b Europe
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Sustained exposed climbing up the impressive left wall of The Comet. P1)Start as for The Comet. 65' Climb the corner until forced into a crack,up this to a large ledge.65'5.8 (4c). P2)Up easy ledges then climb steeply up to the left on a line of small but good handholds to a small ledge at 15'.Climb a shallow groove on the left edge of the wall.Continue through an arch of small overhangs by pulling right onto a pedestal block.A deep groove is followed to the top and a large block belay.165'5.10d...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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