Blea CragAmbleside, LA22 9JX
Blea Crag is near Ambleside in the Lake District National Park in Cumbria.
This is a Rhyolite crag situated high above Easdale Tarn. It has 29 routes up to 45 metres and the rock is mostly good but can be mossy in places. Getting here will require a hike, so good footwear and clothing is recommended.
Parking is available in the public car park on Easedale Road in Grasmere.
Before you go
The location shown is for guidance only and is not exact. It is important to assess for yourself the quality of the rock and its suitability for climbing. You may find that the weather and other influences cause conditions to differ from one visit to another. You must obey all signs or notices regarding your route to this location. Before climbing here, please check for access restrictions and information on the British Mountaineering Council Website.
If your climb is in a remote place, such as in a mountainous area which may require a long hike to the spot, you should also follow the same safety recommendations required for hillwalking/mountaineering.
There are no facilities here, so make sure you come prepared with everything you need for your visit.