Altitude 14m a.s.l
Jill was surprised that the guide book had described Funlands as a non-tidal cliff! © phantom whistler
This area of broken crags contains a number of slabby sections separated by short, steep walls and a narrow zawn with a rock bridge at its seaward end - the Funlands Crater. In general, the slabby areas contain the best rock, although the south side of Funlands Crater contains a number of good routes on superbly weathered rock, as does the overhanging wall north of Brown Slab.
Approach from Gupton Gate on the track marked by white posts in 55 mins.
Access is normally via Stack Rocks only until August 15th due to nesting birds.
The crag is in Range West, an Army live-firing range. Briefed climbers (with a valid permit) can access the crag year round when the range is not firing (all weekends & on Bank Holidays plus some weekdays). Night firing normally occurs on Tuesday & Thursday but may also alternate to Monday & Wednesday.
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