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Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 121m a.s.l
Abandoned sandstone quarry running alongside Drumau Road (Neath), plus some natural outcrops amongst oak trees with a variety of highballs/microroutes & a few longer pitches, very pleasent on a sunny day. Tops have tendancy to leaf up quite quickly so might need brushing before an ascent. There are several short gullys along the crag providing access to top/for getting back down.
Climbs are described from south (Ruined Workhouse area - featuring obvious remains of a workhouse, now just walls) to north (Slot Wall area).
Do not park roadside by crag as will block road for larger vehicles & irritate the locals. Possible to park south for a short downhill road walk to the crag but this is in a turning circle for local large vehicles so best to park at bottom of the hill in a residential area and then make a short 5min walk uphill to the crag.
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