Routes on Flaystones

58 boulder

We like Flaystones

Well worth the walk. Some strange weathered features on very good rock with climbs at all grades and a couple of hard projects left to do. What more could you want?!
A mammoth approach, reveals a real gem of a crag. The rock is of a good quality and the routes are interesting and varied.

Activities on this crag


The area is access sensitive!

Park in Middlesmoor car park and then to the crag itself is about an hour and a half on foot.

Please be aware there is no vehicular access and no public right of way along the road itself however there are various public rights of way detailed on a map at Middlesmoor car park.

Use an OS map to find the footpaths and appropriate access routes to the crag.

The crag is on open access land and dogs must be kept under close control at all times:
"You must keep your dog on a lead no more than 2 metres long on open access land."

It is on an area with ground nesting birds so can be closed during nesting season. See the Natural England website for more information.