Altitude 141m a.s.l
Compton Hill Cliff. © deepstar
A small cliff overlooking the village of Barton. Mostly covered in thick Ivy.At the foot of a gully in the centre of the cliff is a small cave which 1500 years ago was a Wolf Den (the remains of the wolves and their prey can be seen in Wells Museum). As the cliff is North Facing and exposed to the weather it can be a good place for winter climbing practice.
Best reached from the Crook Peak/Wavering Down footpath.
No guides found for this crag
|still couldn't find den. Enough rock, although not too solid in places, to put up some routes. Esoteria rules here.|
leland stamper - 01/Jan/15
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