Broomhill Quarry

Climbs 4 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude ? – Faces W

Crag features
No longer known as Broomhill Hotel Quarry as the hotel is no longer a hotel. Access is via the passage way to the right of the old hotel where a letterbox is set into the wall. Pass the gate and the crag is directly to the right.

Protection is sparse and very poor as the rock is highly friable. Top roping is recommended and can be set up with good tree anchors at 2/3 height of the crag on a ledge. The ledge can be accessed by ascending the hill to the far left and traversing cautiously across loose unconsolidated soil.

A free downloadable PDF guidebook is available online and can be found here on page 13;

http://www.westmidlandsrock.co.uk/malverns_topo.pdf

Access notes
Footpath off west malvern road by a postbox. No access issues.!

Guidebooks

Out of print: West Midlands Rock (1995)

Climbs at this crag

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1Jennie said I couldS 4a
2SyringeVS 4c
3We Know The Meaning Of CleaningHS 4b/c
4SmackE2 5b
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its a bit over grown at the bottom of the crag and a steep climb to get to trees to set a anchor point at the top of each climb. The climbs here are ok on a top rope
malvernclimber - 31/Dec/09
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