Climbs 54
Rocktype Gritstone
Altitude 395m a.s.l
Faces SW

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The Yawning Stone during a magical Staffordshire gritstone sunset. © davidj

Crag features

For seekers of isolation, good rock and beautiful views, the small collection of buttresses known as Gradbach Hill is a truly delightful venue. The sunny aspect makes it a very pleasant place to visit.

Approach notes

Park sensibly at the junction. Follow the rough track slightly uphill, and over a stile. Where the path goes downhill, follow the crest rightwards, along a very rough sheep track, directly to the rocks.

Approach time: 15 mins

Went up here on Saturday for a look. Ive been before but in the depths of winter.Ok its esoteria but worth the walk in and the present Rockfax descrptions are missing a load of stuff im happy to update it but the bouldering route names differ from the definative BMC guide and the New Bouldering guide! Which to use?Either way the Rockax list has alot of stuff missing.I await a reply Cheers Andy :}
andybirtwistle - 31/Jul/11
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