Climbs 196
Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 145m a.s.l
Faces NW

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Pyramid Slab in the spring sunshine. © Jelly Mould Surfer

Crag features

Mainly soloing between 6 and 9 metres high. A mixture of very soft pebbly rock and more solid cleaner sections. Take something to cut back the brambles. Best during early summer before the bracken becomes too high.

Approach notes

Approach from the west side, hidden path not listen on OS maps, impossible in the summer with overgrowth 

Restricted Access

Access to the crag is currently (17/02/09) sensitive and the BMC are meeting with the landowners to discuss their concerns. Please report any incidents to the BMC.

some serious potential here, lots of rock and half of its decent, scattered boulders below the crags are great and need more development!! place is a bit overgrown, needs some looking after
hankyc - 26/Feb/14
Some fun solo lines but the rock is very soft and crumbly and it feels like a game of chance whether the pebbles will rip out or not. Access paths are covered in brambles and very muddy.
B_Mark_W - 13/Nov/13
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