Robin Proctor Scar, or as it was formerly known - Norber Scar, has been redeveloped as a sport crag. In the past it was home to a handful of very serious mid-grade trad routes. The whole crag has been extensively cleaned and bolted, however the nature of the rock is such that much care is needed to climb here safely. The better routes at Robin Proctor's Scar are as good as most at the grade in the local area and a few are worth travelling further for. The view from the crag is one of the best in the Dales and the quick drying nature of the rock and sunny aspect should ensure the Scar's popularity.


1 trad route (S)
24 sport routes (5a...7a+)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other
Left-hand Side
The left side of the Scar is a steep wall with a good set of routes. Most of the rock is solid but...
Lots of sun!

15 mins

Right-hand Side
The right-hand side of the Scar is steeper than the wall to its left and on the whole is more...
Lots of sun!

15 mins

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  • Latest Comments


    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 top50

    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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