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Opening hours

Always Open, though a torch may be required at certain times

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Free
This wall is not a dedicated climbing centre. It is might be run by a school or leisure centre

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Last updated on 02/Jun/2009

Overview

There is a good pub in the village if you work up a thirst.
There are two disused railway bridges just outside the small village of Clifton Reynes, near Olney, about ten minutes' drive from Milton Keynes. The bridges are built of roughly dressed limestone and offer many routes up to about 6 metres high (the arĂȘte of the bridge leading up on to the road above is about 10 metres) or traverses up to 15 metres long. The climbing tends to be steep and fingery. The second bridge is probably the best. [David Quinn] --OS SP905515

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nigpig

11 Apr, 2012
Yes - that's the first bridge but the one about a quarter of a mile further along the track is generally less green and the climbing is more interesting.

11 Apr, 2012
Is this one of the bridges: http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/294788 Cheers.
ryanwfisme1

10 Oct, 2009
i found the first bridge(followed the track and up the hill and was there) but wheres the second?? anyone know ?
William Kettleborough

19 Apr, 2006
I enjoy climbing there, but some bugger nicked all my climbing ropes which I left there.
Aladdin

18 Mar, 2006
Not so good in the winter, but still no where near as good as the building site's, as long as you are careful that there are no security guards around.It's also worth climbing up the tower crane at the Olney Ousedale, or climbing the pile driver that used to be at the tannery near Olney.
william kettleborough

21 Feb, 2005
dam good for climbing, even better for burning hay bales, not as fun to climb as the building site near the woods, or the nearby haystack.
william kettleborough

21 Feb, 2005
dam good for climbing, even better for burning hay bales, not as fun to climb as the building site near the woods, or the nearby haystack.
davey

22 Dec, 2004
best outdoor climbing in the immediate vacinity though very wet and dank during winter months, few routes marked out in chalk around v3, v4
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