Altitude 213m a.s.l
The edge consists of a line of east-facing outcrops and quarried walls in a strip of woodland overlooking the Crich/Bullbridge road and just beneath the public footpath running along the ridge between Crich and Chadwick Nick. It is generally sheltered and fairly quick to dry, though its location in a wood makes it prone to reclamation by the local flora.
Good too here.
From the centre of Crich (parking available) walk a short distance uphill along the B5035 Whatstandwell road as far as the Fire Station on the right, opposite which is the start of a path signposted 'Public Footpath to Chadwick Nick'. Follow the footpath across several stiles and fields. After the third stile, keep close to the wall on the left. A few metres after the fourth stile carefully cross the fence on the left and descend back leftwards to the foot of the main crag. The most obvious feature is a horizontal ceiling split by a jamming-crack; this is The Roof.
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