Rocktype Grit (quarried)
Altitude 180m a.s.l
Routes up to 70ft generally with good pro. Most routes are in the VS-HVS grades. Sheltered by trees and so takes time to dry out after rain. Worth visiting.
Lies just S of Hebden Bridge. From the A646 go S to the railway station, and a hairpin bend.
Follow the second footpath beside a factory - leads to the quarry, 5 mins walk.
|It's not really even worth muddying your shoes up to go and look...|
RobOggie - 04/Jun/15
|Went for a look last week with a view to checking for new guidebook. Very vegetated but rock (what we could see of it) looked good quality. Needs a dedicated team of enthusiastic locals to look after the place. The reward could be at least 2 new modern classic wall climbs either side of Himalayan Balsam. Any offers?|
Dave Musgrove - 23/Mar/13
|Visited 09, green lichen covering everything, overgrown. Some of the routes might have been climbable, but not too inspiring, didnt bother getting a rope out|
dunnyg - 14/Dec/09
|I visited this in 2004, at the time it was covered in thick soaking vegetation, wasn't that easy to find either,.|
Mattyk - 30/Jun/09
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