Place info

Bog Farmer Slabs

(6 routes)

These slabs offer smooth, clean climbing on dry rock, although many homemade bolts may need to be bent back into shape after being flattened by winter snows.

  • North

    Aspect

  • 1200m

    Altitude

Type: 
Crag
Aspect: 
North
Altitude: 
1200m

These slabs offer smooth, clean climbing on dry rock, although many homemade bolts may need to be bent back into shape after being flattened by winter snows.

Access: 

Cross the outlet to Black Lake tending up and right to approach these slabs which lie 200m above the Lake.

Reference Name Grade Quality Length Comments Actions
A
15
0
Natural gear required
 

Katy Cutter, Calum Hudson, 1988

B
18
0
Natural gear required
 

Merv English, Ian McDougal, 1988.

C
17
0
Natural gear required
 

Merv English, Ian McDougal, 1988.

D
16
0
Natural gear required
 

Merv English, Ian McDougal, 1988.

E
17
0
Natural gear required
  Two Pitches. 17, 17.

Merv English, Ian McDougal, 1988.

17 ,14
0
1X bolts
Natural gear required
 
  1. Climb the slabs tending right to a small roof. One fixed point at belay.
  2. No runners, follows the arĂȘte. One bolt.

Jenny Gallagher, Richard Thompson, Jan 1991.

Attribution: 
Craig Jefferies
This place appears in: 
The Darran Mountains: an alpine and rock climbing guide
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