Altitude 666m a.s.l
An extraordinary friend at Croz de le Niere © Karsten
Very nice crag, really vaired looking particularly for a sports crag. There is virtually no walk in, as the carpark is right next to the crag. The crag is down in the quidebook as being west facing, however quite a bit of the crag is SE facing and gets the sun relatively early.
It is split into many sectors, with both single pitch and 2 pitch routes. Most of the single pitch routes are up to 25m and so fine on a 50m single rope, however do note that there are a few routes that go slightly over.
|Does this look better? When I looked at my description I realised that it should be SE to get the sun early - is that the part you meant or do you mean the way the whole crag faces is SE or is the guidebook right with west. We didn't go up to the top end - is it west facing up there?|
Emma - 28/Aug/11
|Map location is slightly wrong. Crag is on the first bend after Preore. I can't update the map due to bug with iPad on map form. Crag faces southeast not southwest.|
Alan James - UKC and UKH - 10/Aug/11
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