Trevor Bouldering

Climbs 460 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 311m a.s.l – Faces SW

Crag features
Trevor is well known for the proliferation of Sports Climbs there, but there is also some interesting bouldering. This particular area covers the long wall that overlooks Panorama Walk (the road beneath the crag). At the most it gets up to 5m high though is generally around 3-4 metres and includes some very pleasant and clean test pieces, though as with any area, there are less pleasant and loose areas too.

At the moment I have entered only lower grade boulder problems, though I hope more will be added in time. A rudimentary topo will be available if you contact the Crag Moderator.

Beware the top outs as some are a touch precarious. There are parts of the wall where it is much safer to down climb than to top out.

If you have any claims on new routes here then please let me know and I will honour them. It seems that the walls has been bouldered on in the past, but I have no details as to what extent.

Access notes
There are 3 areas listed here:

The long Panorama section that sits on the same level as the Trevor Sports climbs.

The bouldering in the upper quarry.

A few short routes on the upper section above the "Who's Sam" climbs.

Leave your car at the broad parking area on Panorama Walk and make your way up the incline as for the usual access to the East end of Trevor. You can head right at this point to the Quarry or to reach the Upper Section. At the point where you would normally head along and right to Suspect Walls you need to stay on the roadside of the path, making your way around the well pronounced gully/stone chute. 50m further along the rock becomes higher. The routes start here and are described right to left, looking in.

As with Trevor, there are no current access issues and it is understood that the Panorama Wall boulders do not affect the annual peregrine access situation.

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
 PANORAMA BOULDERS 
2Water BoardVB 4a
3Water FallVB 4b
4Wet OnesVB 4b
5The DrainpipeV0- 4a
6Bend in the RiverV0- 4b
7Rising DampVB 4b
8U-BendV0- 4c
9Long Summer of RainV0+ 5a **
10Heavy DownpourV0 5a *
11The PlugVB 4a
12Gloomy OutlookV0- 4b
13Wet GrassVB 4a
14Water SlideV0- 4b *
15Sink HoleVB 4a
16DropletsV0- 4b *
17Windscreen WipersV0- 4c *
18The TrickleVB 4a *
19Blocked DrainV0+ 4c *
20Wet and WildV1 5b **
21Leaky RoofV0 5a
22Wet Your PantsV1 5b **
23Purple RainV0- 4b
24Heavy CloudV0+ 5a
25UmbrellaV0- 4b
26Washing LineVB 4b
27Storm Clouds GatheringV0- 4c
28Under the WeatherVB 4a
29Singing in the RainV0 4c *
30Crack in the SkyVB 4a
31Dirty RainVB 4b
32Slow Moving DepressionVB 4b
33MonsoonV0- 4b
34WelliesVB 4a
35Hosepipe BanVB 4b *
36Low PressureVB 4c
37Cloud CoverV0- 5a
38Wet Behind the EarsV0- 4c
39Damp CourseV0- 4c
40Rain DrainVB 4a
41SplashVB 4a
42PuddleVB 4a
43Approaching ShowersVB 4a
44Watery SunshineVB 4a
45Tide MarkVB 4a
46Water MarkVB 4b
47Down the DrainV0+ 5a
 UPPER SECTION 
49The BulgeVB 4a
50The LumpVB 4a
51Piggle in the MiddleVB 4b
52AnticipationVB 4c
 QUARRY BOULDERS 
54MatthewVB
55MarkVB 4a
56LukeVB 4a
57JohnVB 4a
58PaulVB 4a
59ThomasVB 4b
60JamesVB 4a
61DavidVB 4b
62PeterVB
63StephenVB 4a
64FrancisVB 4b
65AndrewVB
66MichaelV0- 4b
67White WallVB 4a
68Diagonal UndercutVB 4b
69Ledge RouteVB
70InsetVB
71High ArchVB
72Short PullVB 4a
73White SpotsVB 4b
74DepressionVB 4a
75Low Bulge LeftVB
76Low Bulge MidVB
77Low Bulge RightVB
78Mid LineVB 4a
79Short SlotVB 4a
80Low TraverseVB 4a
81High TraverseVB 4a
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