Altitude 310m a.s.l
shall we climb it then ? © pinkie
The crag is made up of mainly wide horizontal cracks and stands at around 10 meters. There has obviously been plenty of activity at the crag as it has many names carved into it!
The rock itself is gritstone and is very clean with good landings.
This crag is small and is less than a mile from the Bride stones so could only feature as an interesting stop off en route elsewhere.
**Now updated as per the BMC 2016 guide. If I've mismatched any previously climbed routes from their descriptions then please let me know and I'll amend.
Access is unrestricted, there's even a public bin and the crag is next to a wide road.
From Todmorden head towards Hebden Bridge and turn left towards Todmorden golf course, continue up the hill for a while eventually turning left again signposted golf course.
Go past the golf course to the junction, turn right and after 1.4km you will see the crag on your left - park on the road side.
|This crag is in Yorkshire but appears in the Lancashire guidebook!|
Rob Davies - 02/May/19