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This is the first sweater I reach for when hanging around the house, but I also layer it beneath a thicker jacket on low 40-degree days at the crag.

It did keep our beer cold during long summer days at the crag and our cider very hot during parking-lot hangs at the ski resort.

I’d been hearing about jammed trailheads and overcrowding at crags across the country.

The Case for Hiking Ugly TrailsKrista KarlsonNovember 21, 2020Outside Online

In rock climbing, many popular crags are located in remote areas with regressive ideas about race.

After a few days of riding, move north to Seneca Rocks, a 900-foot-tall crag that’s a hotbed of trad climbing.

He wheels to the right, 244 whither the ledge winds round the crag.

In the Brooding WildRidgwell Cullum

So now I guess we are all pleased with each other and are going home to Crag Cottage quite happy.

I passed under a crag, exceedingly lofty, and of very frightful appearance.

Wild WalesGeorge Borrow

From Alp to Alp he is answered by his brother herdsmen, and the deep, strong notes echo from crag to crag in solemn melody.

SwitzerlandFrank Fox

Craig (kraik), a crag or rock; properly spelt creig, or creag.

Gairloch In North-West Ross-ShireJohn H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot

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