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Table of contents

1. North Berwick Law 14 routes in Area

All Sport

Long/Lat: -2.715783, 56.046238

Unique Features And Strengths:

Trachyte rock


Bolted crag in a location which catches the best of the sunshine.


From B1247 in North Berwick park on the outskirts of the town. Follow the wide track on the west side of North Berwick Law until the quarried walls are found.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 * Law And Disorder

Climb the corner then take the thin crack up the left wall gaining the ledge and flake above

{FR} 6a Sport 10m
2 ** Old Lawbreaker

Start below the right hand arete on the slab and climb up to this then the slab left of the arete.

{FR} 6b Sport 12m
3 * Necktie

The left hand arte on its right side.

{FR} 6b+ Sport 15m
4 ** Fogtown

First line to the right of the arete

{FR} 7a Sport 15m
5 ** Law of Gravity LH

Left start to Law of Gravity

{FR} 7a+ Sport
6 ** Law of gravity

Starting from the low ledge on the right.

{FR} 7a Sport 16m
7 * Jaws of the Law

Start of the ledge with a very hard move past the overlap.

{FR} 6c Sport 16m
8 ** Law of the Flies {FR} 7a Sport
9 * Law of the rings

Girdle starting up arte of Nectie

{FR} 7a Sport
10 * Darkness Falling

Climb the corner groove and continue up the slab

{FR} 6a+ Sport 12m
11 * The Brazillian

Eliminate right of the corner

{FR} 7a Sport
12 * Igneous Intruder

Middle line up the wall and smeary bulge then easy slab.

{FR} 6c+ Sport
13 Dosage

Squeezed line to right with one very hard move off a one finger pocket

{FR} 7a+ Sport
14 * Wild Iris

The blunt arte of the slab

{FR} 5+ Sport

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5+ * Wild Iris Sport
6a * Law And Disorder Sport 10m
6a+ * Darkness Falling Sport 12m
6b ** Old Lawbreaker Sport 12m
6b+ * Necktie Sport 15m
6c * Jaws of the Law Sport 16m
6c+ * Igneous Intruder Sport
7a ** Fogtown Sport 15m
** Law of gravity Sport 16m
** Law of the Flies Sport
* Law of the rings Sport
* The Brazillian Sport
7a+ Dosage Sport
** Law of Gravity LH Sport