Peter Dale

It comes as something of a surprise to discover that the cliffs in Peter Dale was first climbed on by Henry Bishop in 1908. However, Henry\'s initial exploits didn’t attract much attention and it had to wait for the addition of some bolted routes in the early 1990s before it became slightly more popular when a set of short routes in the range 6a to 7a appeared which complimented the few existing trad routes. Since the high point of 1993, the place has become overgrown and deserted once more. The routes are still climbable though and spending an afternoon here will provide some entertainment for those who delight in Peak esoteria. The setting is pleasant and the place is always very quiet but make sure you prepare yourself for some grassy holds and a nettle-covered base.


Order Climb Buttress Stars Grade
1
Please Phone for a Quote Peter Dale Routes 6a+
2
Sooty Peter Dale Routes VS 4b
3
Sweep Peter Dale Routes VS 4b
4
Rope Race Peter Dale Routes 6b+
5
Beef on the Hoof Peter Dale Routes 6b+
6
The Entertainer Peter Dale Routes 6b
7
Side Step Peter Dale Routes HVS 5a
8
Peter Dale Chimney Peter Dale Routes VD
9
Diminished Responsibility Peter Dale Routes HVS 5b
10
Peter Dale Staircase Peter Dale Routes Diff
11
Walk on Hot Coals Peter Dale Routes 7a+
12
Fade to Grey Peter Dale Routes E3 6a
13
Come Dancing Peter Dale Routes 7a+
14
Drunk and Disorderly Peter Dale Routes E2 5c
15
Nissed as a Pewt Peter Dale Routes 6b
16
Dyslexia Rules KO Peter Dale Routes 6a
17
Bad Spellers of the World Untie Peter Dale Routes 6c
18
Wilson's Pride Peter Dale Routes 5c
19
Ecole d'Escalade Peter Dale Routes 6c
20
Strawberry Split Peter Dale Routes HS 4b
21
Tree Pruner Peter Dale Routes 6a+
22
Revenge of the Nerds Peter Dale Routes HVS 5a
23
Buckweed Bertha Peter Dale Routes 6c
24
Nappy Time Peter Dale Routes 6c
25
In the Blockhole Peter Dale Routes HVS 5b

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