About Goldsborough Carr (OS):
A nice gritstone outcrop, though it is only 20 feet high at the tallest, but offering plenty of climbing with over 50 routes. At 1,200 feet above sea level, it gets chilly in the winter, but a lot of the routes face south, and being short, are still fun on the cold winter days. Easy and hard problems, something to occupy everyone. Worth a visit and a boulder.
|Nearest town or city:||Barnard Castle|
|Directions:||OS 92 GR NY 954 177 Alt. 385m
6 miles west of Barnard Castle. Take the B6277 out of Barnard Castle to Cotherstone and turn left on the small road that leads up to Hury reservoir. Go along the south side of the reservoir, follow the road left for one mile, and park. Take the path going south (Pennine Way) up to the crag in about five minutes.
|Latitude, Longitude:||54.55440, -2.07115|
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