|Climb Name||Type||Grade||# Ascents Recorded||Notes||Exclude Reason|
|Keen Roof||Boulder problem||8B||35||
Keen Roof is one of the most popular hard boulder problems in the peak district, and in the UK as a whole, largely due to it's roadside location and high number of ascents meaning beta is easy to come by.
|Bat Route||Sport route||8c||32||
7b in to 7B with a kneebar rest, followed by an 8a+ headwall.
|To Bolt or Not to Be||Sport route||8b+||29|
|The Ace||Boulder problem||8B||24||
|Mecca Extension||Sport route||8c||23|
|True North||Sport route||8c||20||
Kilnsey's first 8c.
|New Base Line||Boulder problem||8B+||18|
|Ben's Roof||Boulder problem||7C||17|
|Just Do It||Sport route||8c+||17||
The first 8c+ in the USA. Bolted by Alan Watts in 1989.
|Practice of the Wild||Boulder problem||8B+||17|
|Austrian Oak||Sport route||8b||16|
|Cry Freedom||Sport route||8c||15||
This has been upgraded in recent guides yet no holds have broken since the FA and an easier sequence than Mark Leach's original nails method on the top crux was found. It has to be questioned why it went up from its original grade of 8b+?
|Mecca - The Mid-life Crisis||Sport route||8b+||15||
Originally given E8.
|Director's Cut||Boulder problem||8B||14||
Lou Ferrino in to Trigger Cut.
Originally considered 8B+/C, the crux pinch broke off around November 2009 and it is now considered 8C. See also Dreamtime (pre break).
|Fat Lip||Boulder problem||8B||14|
A classic Johnny Dawes test piece. A hard move gains entry to the groove where easier (but scarier!) climbing awaits before a terrifying finale.