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Altitude 180m a.s.l
Cumb-Again. © deepstar
Situated just across the valley from Croscombe Crags, Correges Cumb is formed from the same type of limestone, although on this side of the coombe there are even more pockets, giving great potentential for threads. There are a wide range of grades and a variety of routes, from strenuous chimneys, steep cracks and overhaning cave routes. From spring to autumn stinging nettles and brambles abound so long sleeves and trousers are a wise choice.
Best accessed from Thrupe lane, park carefully (possibly 2 cars) in the small laybye by the barn on the north side of the lane, opposite the public footpath.
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