Rocktype Sandstone (hard)
Altitude 269m a.s.l
Hafod Quarry Bank Bloc © Callum - DH
Small and reasonably low strong gritty sandstone escarpment. One main focus point of a 3/4m bouldering block. With a very nice flat landing. Be wary of old broken glass. Has been cleaned but be aware. Strong rock no loose/crumbling rock.
Permission unknown. Please ask land owner at Park Arthur farm on the A494. (if not be very polite to local walkers and keep area very clean and tidy). Park in closed Rainbow pub on A494. Cross the road and walk up Hafod Lane dirt track. Keep heading on track whilst taking in the views on your west and east side. The track will gently bend left and then you'll come across some horse chestnut trees on a stone wall on your right. On your left you will see some very big beeches tree and the 200+ year old quarry bank is under the beech trees. Follow the rock until you see the main 4m high lump.
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