|Crag Gradient||Overhanging & Vertical|
|Walk in||20 mins|
|Crag Aspect||Morning Shade|
Sloth crag is quite a popular crag as is has a nice range of routes and the crag base is stable (in that it never gets negatively affected by flooding). This crag has morning shade, easy access and is very child friendly.
Sloth Crag Routes from Left to Right
|#||ROUTE NAME / AREA||GRADE||# BOLTS||RATING||BOLTING/OPENED INFO||DESCRIPTION|
|1.||Sunshine Reggae||15/5b||7 Bolts / 9 Bolts||FA. S Brown. 2002.|| The first route on the left side of the crag. If you are doing the multi-pitch, then take care when abseiling down, as you will need to back-clip down to the first stance.
P1: 20m 15 [7B]; P2: 20m 14 [9B]. Ab down left chains for middle stance OR Ab down right chains 40m to ground.
|2.||One For The Money||17/5c||5 Bolts||FA. S Brown 2002.|
|3.||Rattle and Hum||24/7a||5 bolts||FA. S Brown. 2002.|
|4.||Beautiful Day||25/7a+||5 Bolts||FA. J Orton. 2002|
|5.||Sloth||25/7a+||5 Bolts||FA. J Samson. 1996|
|6.|| P1:If I Stay There Will Be Trouble
P2:If I Go It will Be Double
| 14 Bolts
|FA. S Brown. 2002.|| The long right slanting route in the shady middle of the crag.
If I Stay There Will Be Trouble 23 [9 Bolts] ends at mid chains.
|7.||Throw The Chicken||9/4||5 Bolts||FA. S Brown. 2002.|
|8.||Mediocre Youth||21/6b+||4 Bolts||FA. M Smigelskis|
|9.||Two For The Show||17/5c||5 Bolts||FA. S Brown. 2002|
|10.||Vision Thing||23/6c+||12 Bolts||FA. S Brown. 2003|