Nesscliffe - Scoop And Ripple Face

Easy access with a high concentration problems makes these walls the most popular area at the crag.
From the car park enter the woods and turn right and follow the main path until you reach the stairs. From the top of the stairs follow the track on your left up the hillside. When you reach the bold arete of Open Air (E3) continue straight to soon find yourself at Kynastons Cave. (Slab, Scoop and Ed's wall are adjoining)

1Bonobo4The excellent left arete of The Scoop with a testing finish
2Profit Is Doom6AThe line up the centre of The Scoop, flat hold finish. Brilliant ultra thin moves.
3Joys Of Tom Tom5The right arete of The Scoop via hidden pockets and a bold finish.
4Scuffle5+The dimpled wall on good holds to a thread pocket and downward pointing pocket hole.
5Images6AStart below a short hanging corner rib between the holly bush and tree, climb to the top of the rib, make sustained moves up right to a pocket and the back left to a hold in the break andgood finish holds. Excellent and commiting.
6Bank Job / Pock6B On the left behind the tree. Hard face climbing to a vertical slot hole.
7Ripple5+Right of the tree. Use the right arete climb the ripple rock wall to good holds at the cave.
8Immaculato6A+Right of Ripple is a vertical flat wall behind three trees. Up the wall on the rightmoving into the centre to finish at flat holds.
9Ripple Traverse5L-R From the holly bush ledge traverse down along the break finishing at the arete of Ripple or continuing slightly higher level across the Immaculato wall.