Eastern Edges

Froggatt's stark sibling, Curbur has an intimidating reputation for steepness - both in rock and grades. However, the severity of the climbs is matched by their magnificence and there are climbs at Diff to E9.

Crag information
Climbing Area: Peak District Rock Type: Gritstone
Importance: National CRoW Land: Yes
Ownership: Within National Park No. of Routes: 93
Within National Park: Yes Year Developed: 1948
Grid Reference: SK255755

2015 update: quite a number of adders have been seen around Curbar this year, some of which have behaved quite aggressively towards people. They are often very well camoflaged so it's worth keeping an eye out when moving into new areas, picking up kit etc as a bite, although not life threatening to most healthy adults can still be nasty.

CRoW Information

Even though land above and below the crag has an Open Access designation, strangely the crag itself does not. See map here;

Group Advice

All group leaders should familiarise themselves with BMC guidelines for group use, see here,

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