White Crag

West Yorkshire Gritstone

Very good low-mid grade bouldering and short solos. There are two main sectors and around 60 problems.

Crag information
Climbing Area: Yorkshire Rock Type: Gritstone
Importance: Local CRoW Land: No
Ownership: Private No. of Routes: 66
Within National Park: No Year Developed:
Grid Reference: SE063466

Parking and Approach

From ample parking directly below the left end, either cross the stile and wall into the field below the crag and walk up passing the Small White and Prow Boulders on the way or go down the road and through the gate. Not on access land and groups have been asked to leave so please respect the surrounding farmland and keep groups small. The boulders over to the right and above the farm are to be avoided (they are poor anyway).
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1) Anonymous User
22/10/2018
Today we were bouldering at The Bishop area of White Crag.We were asked to leave by the gamekeeper who stated we were trespassing on private land.We had an amicable chat and stated we had climbed there for 20+ years without any issue and always followed all access advice. He remained adamant that we must leave,