/ Crag near Great Witley in the West midlands
I've seen that from the road too. I had a look on the internet and couldn't find anything about it, not even a vague mention.
Will be interested to see if anyone knows anything.
There was some stuff available online re the Malvern craggs featured on the now defunct 'West Midlands Rock' website, although I cant remember if this one was mentioned)
Might be worth dropping the author - Doug Kerr à mail ( he posts on here from time to time and has answered queries from myself)
Not much help i know but it may be a start...
If so, you can get into it with no problem, but the rock is utter choss. It's some sort of limestone IIRC, which is why it was quarried.
It's of interest to geologists but not to climbers. I've even been up there during a cold winter snap wondering if you would get any seepage ice lines (this was from the same time in Kidderminister http://www.ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.html?id=162696 ) but not even that. It's a good run or mountainbike ride along the top of the hill though.
Southstone rock is not so far away, and that's worth a look for climbers in the area.
I'm still trying to find somewhere local to Dudley kind of way that isn't ipikins rock, tried and failed down there.
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