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Excellent climbing on good quality moorland grit in a remote setting. A very good series of large boulders situated at 560 metres on Reeth High Moor facing south over the Old Gang Smelting Mill & chimney. Gets lots of sun but can be exposed, a fantastic venue for bouldering and routes.
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Parking and Approach
Placed in the middle of nowhere between Reeth in Swaledale and Barnard Castle. A minor road between these two is followed to Surrender Bridge. Park here, and walk along the gravel track leading west to the Old Gang Smelt Mills. Follow the obvious old flue straight up the hill to the crag - 30 minutes but worth the walk.
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