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Climbs 3
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 94m a.s.l
Faces N

Crag features

Overgrown Slab

Approach notes

Park at Great Elm being carefull to not leave valubles in your car as this is a well known spot for thieves and walk upstream on the Mells Brook footpath. Cross the bridge just above the confluence with the Fordbury Water and take the footpath on your right.The Slab is 100m's up the path.

I have hopefully corrected this, so now the crowds flocking to get on this crag will not be wandering around Vallis and Bedlam like lost souls
deepstar - 02/Apr/15
The potion of the flag is a little off. If you put the map in to satellite just bellow grate elm there is a clearing greyish in colour. The flag should be just above the to corner of this clearing. You are unlikely to actually see the clearing whilst on the climb because its much higher up then the river where you start the climb. The slab is a thin section of rock so potential there could be a climb on the other side?
Rusty Grylls - 02/Apr/15
I think i may have a look at restoring this.
The Pylon King - 06/May/14
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