Wilderness Rocks

Climbs 42 – Rocktype Gritstone – Altitude 600m a.s.l – Faces N

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Want to "feel" like a new route pioneer? A nice collection of good lines, but green climbs. During a dry summer spell, this crag can be a nice place to take in a bit of easily accessible "wilderness". Take a brush and a tin of elbow grease! Recommended route: Flake groove traverse (severe)

Access notes
From parking by Dovestone Reservoir follow the metalled road up Chew Brook until the cliff appears on the right. Scramble down then up to reach it.Alternativly, walk up to the chew boulders, the follow the valley bottom in all the way to the base of W E gully.

Guidebooks
Scrambles in the Dark Peak (2012), Over the Moors (2012), Moorland Gritstone - Chew Valley (1988),
Out of print: Western Grit (2003)

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These details were last updated on 18/Dec/2014
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