Rocktype Grit (quarried)
Altitude 281m a.s.l
All routes listed are open projects. Steep quarried slabs, not much gear, cruxes at the top. A few highballs on the left of the crag too.
Faces South and East, the south facing highballs are generally clean and dry, however the main slab can be gloomy and damp in winter with seepage, but better Spring-Autumn.
Belay on the trees over the fence, keep a low profile...
Where Pudsey Road does a sharp right bend (becoming Shore New Road) carry straight on up a bumpy road past the houses to a layby on the left, space for 2 cars. Walk further up the road bearing left to contour round the hillside above the stream. Turn right just after a house and follow the path uphill for a few hundred metres. Less than 10 mins from parking.
The landowner (white farm visible uphill from the crag) does not currently allow climbing. However on many occasions the crag has been abbed down to clean and top roped without any issues (ie not being noticed). The south facing wall is out of sight of the farm.
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