Rocktype Sandstone (soft)
One buttress of good rock about 5m high and another of less interest. Interesting tunnels.
As with all Southern Sandstone, top-roping and bouldering/soloing are the only acceptable means of ascent. Make sure top-rope anchors are extended so no moving rope comes into contact with rock.
On private land, but not far from footpaths and not too conspicuous. It would be advisable to maintain a low profile and leave no mess. The attitude of the landowner towards climbing is unknown.
Limited parking can be had at the dead-end at Hill Hoath, being careful not to block anything that residents might want to use. Follow the footpath heading westward until the forest on your left is replaced by an open field. Cross this to a gate in the opposite corner, then head uphill and towards the treeline where the crag should be visible.
A more subtle approach can be made by turning left before the open field is reached and heading through the forest close to its edge.
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