Sedgwick Bridge

Climbs 12 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 20m a.s.l – Faces ?

Crag features
Pumpy traversing on the limestone walls of the motorway bridge, and a small natural buttress.

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
2White Dotsf6C 4
3Tiny Yellow Dotsf7C+  
4Large Yellow Dots L-R-Lf6C+  
5Green Dots Jug Traversef4+ 1
6Circus Awardf6C  
9Yellow Dot Traversef6C 1
10Super Tweakf6C+  
12Upper Tier Traversef6C+ 1
13Red Dots Traversef4+ 2
14Zion TrainE7 6c ** 
15Right hand traversef6C **2
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Hi, the small natural crag (slightly ironically) referred to as Nick's Buttress is immediately downstream of the lower tier. I believe it was first developed by John Gaskins. It really is tiny, and possibly now of mostly historical interest!
GPN - 11/Jan/15
Whereabouts is the 'small natural crag' part at Sedgwick bridge?
daviesxxx - 11/Jan/15