Crag Tags make it easy to add structured information to routes and areas in the index. Crag Tags are cool because they display information in a concise way and can also be used for searching.
You can also use an unstructed hash tagging for stuff that fits outside the structured tags.
The table below shows both contact us or participate in the following public forum:and tags. If you have any comments or suggestions for new tags then please either
A couple of things to note re. Crag Tags:
- Tags are grouped into sets. One or more tags from within each set can be selected, as appropriate to the route or area.
- Tag sets with a ‘Yes’ in the ‘Inherits’ column will automatically percolate down through the index to all lower areas and routes where no tag has been selected. This means that in a predominantly slabby crag you don’t have to tag each route individually. Instead you can set the style as at the crag level and then just tidy up any exceptions at the individual route level (eg if there are a few or routes).
|Rock type||Routes & Areas||
|Steepness||Routes & Areas||
|Aspect||Routes & Areas||yes|
|Descent||Routes & Areas||yes|
|Condition||Routes & Areas||yes|
|Style||Routes & Areas||yes|
|Weather||Routes & Areas||
All day sun
Wet in rain
Brittle when wet
Dry in the rain
Sheltered from wind
Access and approach
 Designated for, or purpose built for, climbing
 Explicitly allowed
 No access unless permission granted individually
 Permission not given, but no issues so far
 Climbing is not permitted.
 Climbing used to be permitted but the crag is now closed and not permitted.
 An entry fee is required
|Walk in time||Routes & Areas||yes|
|Walk in angle||Routes & Areas||
|Water access||Routes & Areas||