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Hay Crook Common Quarries South Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 4 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude 200m a.s.l – Faces W
The rock is poor quality, badly eroded in parts and loose. care should be taken on the finishes or else ropes pre-placed. The quarry is 6 to 7m high and consists of a back wall split by a loose and dirty gulley and bounded on its right-hand side by another wall, undercut at just under half height. In the descriptions the routes are described left to right.
Burbage, Millstone and Beyond (2006)
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Cars should be parked at the car park near Wortley Top Forge. There are four quarries in the vicinity. The first and largets is used as a store yard. The described routes are in the fourth and next largest quarry before the edge peters out.
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"more pointless, loose, dirty overgrown climbs" Burbage, Millstone and Beyond (2005)|
Alex Thompson - 15/Dec/09
There are a couple of decent boulders up the bank by roadside. Green and dirty, but interesting, occassionally loose. Didn't find access to main quarry area which might be fenced off as a scrap yard, and is guarded by a lethargic Alsatian.
JohnnyBoy - 26/Jul/05
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