/ NEWS: Rockfall in Avon Gorge closes 'Unknown Wall'

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UKC News - on 31 Jan 2013
Low Profile, E5 6b, Avon Gorge., 3 kbA large rockfall has occurred at the extreme left-hand end of Unknown Wall, Avon Gorge, Bristol.

Colin Knowles, part of the initiative 'Climb Bristol Project' gives us more details:

"An 8mx8m section of the cliff immediately left of Halcyon Days' has collapsed - littering 100 cubic metres of...

Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/news/item.php?id=67779
Al Evans on 31 Jan 2013
In reply to UKC News: I think I remember Unknown Wall being closed due to rockfall a long time ago, maybe the late 60's.
Cheese Monkey - on 31 Jan 2013
In reply to UKC News: Need to open my eyes a bit more, didnt notice this at all when I was there on Monday... Will go have looky tomorrow
Monk - on 31 Jan 2013
In reply to Cheese Monkey:

The initial rockfall happened a while back now, and it's not exactly somewhere obvious - it's a bit of a trek up there, and desperately slippery when wet. Hopefully this can be stabilised and access regained soon - there are some lovely climbs out of bounds at the moment.

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