Thrang Crag East

Sandbag Groove

Langdale > Thrang Crag > Thrang Crag East > Sandbag Groove | 12m | E2 5b 26-Aug-2017, Rick Graham, Ted Rogers The V groove between Frantic and Frunobulax. This central groove line, avoided by both routes, has more helpful holds than appearances suggest. May be worth * or even **, further ascents required to confirm.

Friction

Langdale > Thrang Crag > Thrang Crag East > Friction | 11m | VS 4c * 13-Aug-2017, Martin Scrowston Start 2 metres left of Global Warming below a thin V crack. Climb the short, steep crack on good holds to emerge at a junction with Frenzy. Move right up a gentle slab to finish up a groove […]

Updated photo-diagram for Thrang Crag E and W

Langdale > Thrang Crag > Thrang Crag West > Thrang Crag East > Updated photo-diagram for Thrang Crag E and W | | 19-Aug-2017, Trevor Langhorne The link below leads to a pdf showing updated photo-diagrams for this pleasant little crag. Thrang Crag Langdale August 2017

Global Warming

Langdale > Thrang Crag > Thrang Crag East > Global Warming | 10 m | VS 4c 04-Jan-2017, Martin Scrowston. Solo A short sharp route up the right hand flying rib. Start at a small recess below a thin right slanting crack.  Steep climbing passing a good spike leads to excellent holds in a left […]

Frunobulax

Langdale > Thrang Crag East > Frunobulax | 11m | E1 5b 24-Nov-2016, Paul C Bennett Martin Scrowston Start right of Frantic at the large open groove. Ascend the groove and short rightwards slanting slab to access a steep overhung V groove. A committing move up and right leads to good finishing holds. Attached Images

Frenzy

Langdale > Thrang Crag East > Frenzy | 12 m | HVS 5a * 13-Nov-2016, Paul C Bennett Martin Scrowston The obvious hanging slab on the right side of the buttress. Start at a short slab 3m right of Frantic. Climb the slab, traverse diagonally right. An awkward move gains access to a good ledge […]

Frantic

Langdale > Thrang Crag East > Frantic | 12 m | E1 5b ** 13-Nov-2016, Martin Scrowston Paul C Bennett Start 1 m left of the v groove in the centre of the crag. A steep wall leads to a small ledge in an overhung niche. A bold move up and left gives big exposure […]