Bradley Quarry Derbyshire, ENGLAND
Climbs 72 – Rocktype Grit (quarried) – Altitude ? – Faces E
The landowners of Bradley Edge/Quarry and the land above are willing to allow access as long as farmland is not crossed to reach the rocks. However the landowner of the woodland area by the masts has asked climbers to leave Bradley Tor in the past and made it clear that visitors are not permitted to go into the plantation from the public footpath running downhill from the gates. The current track to the Edge/Quarry and a few of the boulders, described for historical purposes, lie just on the edge of this woodland. Be discreet and if the gates by the parking are unlocked there is plenty to go at elsewhere in the area.
Peak District: Bouldering (2011), Froggatt to Black Rocks (2010), Peak Climbs - Chatsworth (1996),
Out of print: Rock climbs in the Peak - Derwent valley (1981)
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Tree fallen on Wee Wall obscuring some of the problems. The best one (Secret Lemonade Drinker) is still climbable though.|
tallsop - 17/Dec/11
An unusual and little frequented venue which i had been meaning to re-visit for some time. Fortunately some good people have recently gardened the better routes and these have belay stakes, some perseverence is required in finding them though. Generally the routes we climbed felt easy for the grade, although protection is sparse. Fantastic views but difficult getting around due to gorse, heather, nettles etc and hidden boulders. I reccomend a visit.
Pilch - 27/Jun/09