Altitude 40m a.s.l
All or nothing! Rory following the crux of Pink Wall Traverse, Avon Gorge © Chris Sansum
Quarried limestone, generally sound. Protection often poor. Plenty of multi-starred classics if you've got the bottle. Multi-pitch routes to 80 metres.
Park below. Descent: either by scrambling down a "path" to the left (when facing the crag) or by walking along the cliff top to the right (towards Bristol City Centre), turning right down the zig-zags just before Bridge Valeey Road.
Pitch 1 of 'Preter' is reportedly in a seriously unstable condition above the initial roofs, with potential to collapse on anyone climbing through it. A better option MAY be to use the first pitch of 'Malbogies' to access the upper pitches of 'Preter' - however climbers should still excercise caution as this pitch has also been known to shed holds.
The Portway (busy road beneath the crags of the Avon Gorge) will be closed to traffic on the following days in 2016:
15th May (from 1pm-6pm)
25th September (until 6pm)
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