Atonement © Urgles
Quality steep and sound limestone. Very quick drying. Climbing is strenuous, but generally well protected, with quite a few real gems.
Very under starred in the current guide.
Watch out for ticks in the summer.
Restrictions apply from 25 February - 30 May. Reason - Nesting Birds
There is a ravens' nest at Eagle Rock on the route 'Orcrist'. Routes on the left side of the crag from 'Hive Queen' to 'Route March' should be avoided until the nest has been vacated - likely at towards the end of May.
Situated about eight miles SW of Bristol, just beyond the village of Cleeve on the A370. From Bristol, turn east along Cleeve Hill Road just before the Lord Nelson Inn. Carry on for about
400 metres until you reach a small car park by a quarried wall. A small track leads into the Combe itself from a small building to the left of the quarry.