Windsor Hill Quarry Somerset, ENGLAND
Climbs 14 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 204m a.s.l – Faces W
Small Crag at the top of Croscombe Valley.Best reached by the old railway tunnel footpath where there is a small car space.The footpath descends into the Quarry passing the steep rust coloured Left Wing and some other small buttresses then emerging into the cove-like main Quarry.The left side of the cove is known as Somerset Wall,mainly pink in colour with a lot of crystalline pockets.The area on the right is of a darker hue,overhanging in places and known as Dorset Wall.The whole crag is sportingly loose but with some potential.20 metres high.At the top end of the Quarry there is an old viaduct which has been used by groups for abseiling practice,there are some suspect bolts(without hangers).This is a possible site for Bridge Swings etc.
The crag is on a public footpath so no known access problems.
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