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Happy Valley Rocks Kent, ENGLAND
Climbs 68 – Rocktype Sandstone (soft) – Altitude 120m a.s.l – Faces S
Very small, both in size and height (up to 5m), but only 10 minutes walk from Bulls Hollow - so it can be an alternative. Rock can be variable in quality - mostly soft and sandy (like the other crags, really).
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Southern sandstone bouldering (2012), Southern Sandstone (2008)
Climbs at this crag
NO LEADING - soloing or toproping only, and if the latter then extend the belay over the crag edge - it saves your rope and the rock.
The crag lies immediately W of St Pauls Church on Rusthall Common, 1km W of Tunbrige Wells. From the A264 Tun.Wells-E Grinstead rd follow the white finger-post directing twds the footpath for Happy Valley.
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Very nice quiet spot for low-mid grade bouldering on a sunny day. Red Snapper at Font 6a is definitely worth a go.|
James Gomez - 22/Aug/11
Watch out for the wasp nest on the the right side of routes 1-3
Big Lee - 01/Aug/10
Had a great time there.
Wish the top of the pinacle had a bolt on top.
Its abit of a high ball solo.
Andrew Lewis - 15/Aug/08
A QUIETER VENUE WITH EASIER BOULDERING PROBLEMS NOW BENEFITS FROM CUT BACK SCRUB SOME STEEPER LANDINGS TAKE A PAD & A MATE TO STOP YOU ROLLING DOWN THE HILL?.
chunk - 04/Oct/05
great fow low grade bouldering
ian h - 02/Dec/03