Two faces about 10-15 metres in height. one small face is clean apart from a bit of moss and a lot of loose rock. the larger face with more apparent potential is COVERED in ivy etc. this is a crag that genuinely might benefit from more traffic and gardening, although its uncertain whether this is open to the public (i'm pretty sure its not!).
Access is down a private road / public footpath and up the bank to you left immediately as you enter the wooded area. pass over the old track of the railway and over an antiquated 3foot fence. best to park near the river by the turning into Boldventure - great name - or on the main road
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|Loads of unclimbed lines of variable quality with the constant threat of rockfall, unwelcoming local residents and general dampness (trousers?). Highly recommended for those with an enhanced sense of imagination. Sister crag to chipley quarry?|
wiwwim - 27/Nov/12