Altitude 400m a.s.l
A local route for local climbers. A splendid E1 5b on a warm summer's evening. © Duncan I
The crag is a curious mixture of obvious tottering choss that's best given a very wide berth and some good, solid grit that contains a bunch of worthwhile routes. The crag faces east so it's a morning crag, or somewhere to go when the sun is burning your eyes out.
There are no access difficulties at the crag. You can approach from many directions: the best thing to do is use an OS map to get your bearings. Whichever way you choose it takes about 20 minutes to get to the rock, and you won't see another climber there, guaranteed.
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