Altitude 150m a.s.l
Small crag of striking columnar Basalt about 10m high. Dries quickly and stays dry under large beach trees.
The guidebook is nearly useless because it talks about cracks, grooves and corners when there are just these columns of basalt! Please will someone relate the route names to the ditinctive trees/boulders or include some distances between routes?
Lies in the trees on the south side of the B821 about 1km east of Craigmore.
|Think this might get my worst-crag-ever vote.|
alan moore - 27/Jan/15
|Good if you've interested in geology, but not much climbing - it's very overgrown. Shame.|
Kevin Woods - 20/Mar/12
|1||In The Groove||none 5a|
|2||Moss Crack||none 2b|
|3||Keystone Corner||none 2a|
|4||Serpent's Chimney||none 4a|
|5||The Ride||none 5a *|
|6||Twin Roots Chimney||none 3b|
|7||Club Foot||none 6a *|
|8||Butterfingers||none 5c **|
|9||The Slot||none 5a *|
|10||The Horror||E1 5b|
|11||Melting Pot||VS 4c **|
|12||Damocles Groove||none 4c *|
|13||Pillar Groove||none 5a *|
|15||Pinnacle Chimney Direct|
|19||Chockstone Chimney Direct|