Altitude 449m a.s.l
A wild and fairly remote group of good boulders high on the South Penine moors above the Gorple Upper Reservior. South faceing and quick drying but very exposed. If you pick a clear sunny day you will spend half your time stareing at the view. Strait foreward access along good tracks, you just have to avoid the temptation to vere left when passing the Widop boulders. Good quality problems on rough rock although some of the landings require care.
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