Altitude 190m a.s.l
Consumed by Kneewrecker Chimney in the Churnet Valley © cider nut
These are a pair of steep compact buttresses in a beautiful wooded setting, along a tranquil and picturesque little hillside. The rock is sound, and the cleaner routes are good quality.
The crag can be somewhat green in parts after bad weather although a couple of dry days and a quick going over with a soft brush should return routes to a good state. Easily worth the effort. A good cool summer venue.
From Ipstones, follow Church Lane for about 1 mile, past some sharp bends, to park at the bottom of a hill by a stream. Follow the pleasant track for 250m and the buttresses are on the hillside on the left.
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