Climbs 3
Rocktype Gritstone

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Named No Mans Land purely becuase the boulders sit inbetween the two county signs - Sheffield City and The Peak District. The rock is undeveloped and can be fairly sandy, green and crumbly in places. The two boulders sit in a field between Secret Garden and Burbage South. There have been a few problems completed and there are a couple of harder projects. If time is short, and you can't find the secret garden, these esoteric boulders can be a good last resort. Please update this if any of the info, problem grades/names are wrong.

Approach notes

Luckily there is a path from the gate inbetween teh two signs. Over the gate is a path which will lead straight to boulders which will be on the righthand side.


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Is this the correct map location? I went there today but the boulders looked far too small!! I could reach the top from standing
dannyboy83 - 03/Mar/14
the boulders need alot more development, but its about time these very esoteric boulders started getting some hard-ish lines done on them.
Liam Copley - 07/Nov/08
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Rise of the Footsoldier f7A+ * 2
Climb name Grade
2 The Trench Traverse f6C+ 2
Climb name Grade
3 Toad's Mouth Prow * V5 1
* Climbs listed in red are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.

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