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Cheddar Gorge North Somerset, ENGLAND
Climbs 361 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude ? – Faces S
Sunshine until mid-afternoon (Pride Evans Cliff is to low down to see the sun in mid-winter). Mostly hard and steep climbing. Mixture of sport and trad.
Collection of small crags on the North side of the gorge near the village. Lion Rock, Pride Evans Cave, and The Remnant.
All feature mostly hard and steep climbing and a mixture of sport and trad.
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South West Climbs - Volume 1 (2012), Avon and Cheddar (2004), Avon and Cheddar (1992)
Climbs at this crag
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Climbing is now allowed year round on these cliffs, though the access situation is sensitive, due to the high visibility of these crags and the risk of stones being dislodged, particularly from The Remnant. A voluntary agreement not to climb on The Remnant in summer is under negotiation.
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James Moyle - 14/Jun/09
Cycled past this today (5th july) and theres been a big rockfall. Seems to have taken out a lot of the right hand side of the wall. Probably safest to leave the entire thing alone untill it gets cleaned up.
remtherockclimber - 05/Jul/08