Carbilly

Climbs 16 – Rocktype Granite – Altitude 300m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
A nice little tor with a small quarry and a larger quarry with water in it. The quarries do seep quite heavly and have birds nesting in them.

Access notes
A small area of quarries and Tors found just of the A30. This area has just opened due to the Crow act, there is some evidence of birds nesting in the larger quarry. There is often a buzzards nest at the top of Vampiric Transvestersism and a goose nests on the ledges at the bottom of the quarry, so discretion should be exercised as the locals arenít known for being friendly and there is a house quite close by. Some of the rock in the quarries isnít as good as you might think.

Guidebooks
Cheesewring & South East Cornwall: A Climbers' Guide (2012), rustypeg.co.uk

Climbs at this crag

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  Climb nameGrade
 CHEESEWRING FORMATION 
2AsivalationV2
3SubmissionV0
4IgnoranceV2
5HypocrisyV3
6BrutalityV3
7No nameV0 5a
8WheezeyV0 5b
 NORTH QUARRY 
10BombtrackV1
11The EliteVB
12All of witch are American dreamsVB
 THE QUARRY 
14Vampirick TransvestersismE2 5c
15Stuck Ear Fur Ever After7b+
16The VeeHVS 4c
17Silly CarbillyE3 5c
18Pueg Man GoatS
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