Entire Lake District Climbs guide free on Rockfax Digital until 8th October

For the next two weeks the entire Lake District Climbs guide will be free on Rockfax Digital. The Lake District is one of the most beautiful, and the best, climbing areas in the UK. You can get access to the finest crags in the Lakes on your phone for absolutely nothing.

Son of Oz, Goat Crag© Mike Hutton

To access the guide for free just go to the app store, download Rockfax Digital and sign in.

Lake District Climbs provides comprehensive coverage of the very best traditional climbing in the mountains and valleys of English Lake District. The range and variety of climbing available is outstanding, from low-level single-pitch outcrop cragging to long multi-pitch mountain routes. There is something here for climbers of all abilities from experts to those just starting out.

Published in 2019 the guide has outstanding, clear topos and up to date information for each of the crags in the Lakes. Some of the best climbs in the country reside here and there’s never been an easier way to find them. Plus, with Rockfax Digital, you only have to carry your phone up a multi-pitch mountain route to keep abreast of the description, rather than the whole guidebook.

Raindrop, Black Crag© Dave Pattinson

This weekend it’s the Arc’teryx Academy: Climb Lake District. Be sure to check it out for climbing clinics, mountain running sessions, wild swimming and much more.

Here’s a full list of the crags included in the guide:

Raven Crag – Walthwaite, Scout Crags, Stickle Barn Crag,, White Ghyll, Pavey Ark, Raven Crag, Gimmer Crag, Neckband Crag, Bowfell, Shelter Crag, Pike o’ Blisco, Cathedral Quarry, Hodge Close Quarry

Coniston and Duddon Valley
Dow Crag, Far Hill Crag, Burnt Crag, Wallowbarrow Crag, Stonestar Crag

Eskdale and Wasdale
Hardknott Crag, Hare Crags, Bell Stand, Brantrake Crag, Esk Buttress, Heron Crag, Scafell, Pikes Crag, Kern Knotts, The Napes, Buckbarrow

Ennerdale and Buttermere
Pillar Rock, Gable Crag, High Crag, Eagle Crag, Grey Crag, Yew Crag Knotts, Buckstone How

Falcon Crags, Reecastle Crag, Goats Crag, Gowder Crag, Shepherd’s Crag, Black Crag, Great End Crag, Quayfoot Buttress, Bowderstone Crags, Langstrath Valley, Sergeant Crag Slabs, Combe Gill, Gillercombe Buttress, Steel Knotts, Goat Crag

The Eastern Fells
Iron Crag, Raven Crag – Thirlmere, Castle Rock of Triermain, Lower Swirl Crag, Eagle Crag – Grisedale, Dove Crag, Raven Crag – Threshthwaite Cove , Gouther Crag, Buckbarrow Crag – Longsleddale

Centipede Direct, Raven Crag© Mike Hutton

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