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Altitude 215m a.s.l
Kevin in flight from Cockblock. © stuart100
A long crag with many excellent multi-pitch routes, and some single-pitch gems, up to 115m in length. Beware vagabond suicidal sheep and slippery non-pitches; many people abseil off after a couple of pitches as some routes deteriorate in character towards the end.
Usually less crowded than the Cromlech on any given day, with enough offerings in the VS-E5 range to accommodate plenty of parties.
Easily reached up the scree slopes from the road.
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