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Silverdale Sea Cliffs

Lancashire

Recently developed bolted climbing. Please keep to the guidance, especially about parking. Be careful of tides, which can come in quickly and catch people unawares.

Crag information
Climbing Area: North West Rock Type: Limestone
Importance: Local CRoW Land: No
Ownership: Unknown No. of Routes: 35
Within National Park: No Year Developed: 2020
Grid Reference: SD456753

The bulk of the climbing is on the section that ends about 500m north at The Cove and is on land owned by the National Trust, which has agreed to permit climbing on their property. A response is still awaited about a section just past The Cove, known as Cueva, which has 4 routes 6a+ to 6c. The owner of the rock further north at Far Arnside (La Republica) is currently unwilling to allow climbing.

Les Ainsworth, BMC Access Rep

Parking and Approach

From Silverdale Village, head past the Silverdale Hotel to a small parking area on Shore Road. Park carefully and if at all full move on.
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