Altitude 113m a.s.l
Corstorphine Dynoing © yamithrain
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Donations are appreciated for the brushing, trash cleaning and time taken to compile the guidebook.
Boulders of various styles and heights are scattered in this park. The sit-starts are common to make full use of the modest stature of some of the boulders.
The rock is volcanic and varies significantly in quality from solid and compact to crumbly hell. The problems have all been cleaned using a shoe brush and a nut key for the flaky bits. The use of wire brushes is not encouraged as it damages the delicate grains of the rock. Gently brushing the chalk off after a session would be appreaciated too.
The carpark at the North-East end of the park is the best option to access most of the boulders.
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