Gurney Slade

Climbs 7 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 209m a.s.l – Faces W

Crag features
This small crag offers a couple of hours enjoyment on the way back from some of the more popular Mendip crags. A compact limestone crag, rising from a few meters to about 15 at its full extent. Hidden in trees, can suffer from the damp in prolonged wet spells.

Access notes
From the A37 coming from Bristol, look to your left as you come down the hill and enter Gurney Slade. A pile of gravel blocks a quarry entrance, the right hand end of the crag is sometimes visible from the road depending on leaf cover. Best to park somewhere in the village and walk back.

Access status unknown, but no problems reported so far.

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
1DeliberationE1 5b
2Very Small BeetleE1 5c
3The Shitty V.Diff In The MiddleVD
4The LumberjackVS 4b
5ProcrastinationVS 4b
6Absolute Power (Imperium)E1 5b
7Lairy BristoliansE2 5c
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