ROBIN PROCTOR'S SCAR


Robin Proctor's Scar is a popular sport crag that is perched on the southern rim of Ingleborough. The routes are mostly grade 6 wall climbs that are very well bolted and fairly long. Some of the rock needs a little care in places although it has cleaned up considerably since its initial development as a sport crag. The expansive view from the crag is one of the best in the Dales and the quick-drying nature of the rock and sunny aspect ensures the Scar's popularity.

Routes

4 boulder problems (S...VS)
35 winter routes (5a...7a+)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other
Main Face
A very popular wall with many good pitches. The rock is fairly reliable and has cleaned-up...
32
Sport
Early morning sun
Uphill

15 mins

Windy
The Far Right Buttress
This is a small buttress with a limited number of bolted lines 150m right of the Main Wall.
8
Sport
Early morning sun
Uphill

15 mins

Windy
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  • Latest Comments

    For ROBIN PROCTOR'S SCAR

    The Inertia Syndrome (Revisited)
    "The bolts really do wander ! Worth spending a bit of time extending some of the ..." 07/May top50

    The Shield
    "Not a great route - somewhat contrived but good moves." 09/Sep

    Decline and Fall
    "Very unbalanced. May have lost holds recently as the crux is super hard compared..." 19/Apr

    Wind of Change
    "Harder than the lines to the right and the left we thought and if Sportingle is ..." 27/Jun

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