Altitude 100m a.s.l
Disused quarry located on the Somerset - Devon border. Until summer 2007 there has been no evidence that any of the lines have been climbed (please update if you have any previous info). As a result the rock is very loose in places & climbing is limited without a good cleanup.
That said, there are a few obvious boulder problems that can be done without any gardening. The quarry features 2 faces 15-20m high, which would feature some well protected mid grade routes as well as some sparsely protected harder routes - however top outs are likely to be dirty & there is potential for loose blocks, a good garden is required before rope climbing is safe.
If you are local it's worth a visit - (but bring a brush!) as there are no other crags in ~ 20miles.
The quarry has a number of faces, some of which are within a police firing range.
See grid reference for location. Park in the layby although make sure you leave enough space for tractors, or in the hamlet at the bottom of the hill.
The land is privately owned, although there have been no complaints as yet it is worth being subtle and making sure you take any litter etc.
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