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Altitude 100m a.s.l
Surrounded by trees and of a blocky fingery nature, this crag is a great place to climb and can be climbed on if it's raining. Ample tree belays above for top roping and cleaning. The routes are quite bold and require a positive outlook. Better than they look with good face climbing.
Some boulders and short steep walls above and to the west of the crag in need of tender loving care to bring the best out of them.
Visited today, the crag is very dirty and not sure if you could top out! Backed off Meridian due to the dirt and abbed to clean the gear, so had a good look at the finish. Cleared a lot of the bracken at the bottom of the crag too. (11/07/17.)
Very near the road - park sensibly in layby just beside road side boulders and don't block passing places.
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