The rocks lie to the east of High Rocks and are a continuation of the High Rocks outcrop. Friezland Wood surrounds the Continuation Wall which is owned by the Woodland Trust and subsequently has designated it as a ‘site of special scientific interest’ (SSSI) which results in a total climbing ban here.
The rocks are mainly lower than the neighboring High Rocks and are becoming very much overgrown with the exception of one or two areas that would offer some quality outings if climbing were permitted.
The rocks can be accessed via the public footpath that starts just below High Rocks on the railway bridge.Access notes
Although there is ban on climbing here, the woods and rocks are open to the public free of charge.
Read more... Regional Access notes are available from the BMC.
Southern Sandstone (2008)
|2||Pot-hole Crack||none 4b *||2|
|3||Co-Co||none 5c *|
|4||Limpet Crack||none 4a *||7|
|5||Stalacite Wall||none 3b **||4|
|6||Jug Arete||none 3b||2|
|7||Turret Face||none 4b **||13|
|8||Drunkard's Dilemma||none 5c *||3|
|9||Windy Wall||none 5a *||5|
|10||Nigg Nogg Variation||none 5c||1|
|11||Buzzard's Breakdown||none 2a||1|
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