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Stronstrey Bank Quarry Lancashire, ENGLAND
Climbs 96 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude ? – Faces W
A gritstone quarry in a lovely position above White Coppice, and although the climbing isn't the most spectacular, there are some decent, clean, and challenging routes - a good evening venue to escape the dreaded Wilton/Anglezarke midges. Care required with loose rock on some topouts.
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Lancashire Rock (1999)
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Only park in the cricket club car park when on weekdays or when there is no match on. Alternative parking can be found on the rough approach road.
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Simon Holden (LCandCC) - 18/May/10
Nice place to go for an evening. Good view and midges kept away by the breeze. Some of the routes need a bit of gardening and some of the top outs are very loose.
dread-i - 23/Aug/07
on first inspection this didn't look a very nice place to climb. However as soon as we got stuck in, it became apparant that it has a really nice aspect, the quality of the rock is good, belays aren't a problem, nothing is polished,although some of the top outs can be a little loose - all in all, very pleasant, definitely worth a couple of evenings for the sub HVS leader with plenty of lines, with a few tricky routes for the hard man.
rginns - 25/Jul/07