Langdale is without a doubt one of the finest of the Lakeland valleys. Offering immensely varied trad climbing across the full spread of grades, it is an all year round venue – a large proportion of the crags face south and there is an even spread from roadside to high mountain. The valley is easily reached from the M6 motorway and the climber is well catered for with pubs, cafes and campsites. One downside of its popularity with walkers and climbers is that its car parks tend to fill up very quickly on a sunny morning.
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