Park on Lees Road about 500m north of Stanton Lees, in a small layby (2 cars) from where there is a public footpath on the east side of the road (this leads eventually to Rowsley). Alternate parking is 80m further north.
Follow the path which bends left over a small grassy bank. There is a fence on the right below which is the quarry. Cross the fence at the far end, only 2-3 minutes from the car, curve around to the right to enter the quarry down an incline at its northern end. The routes are on two south-facing walls immediately on the right and a lone arête rising above rhododendrons another 50m further on, also on the right.
To locate the boulders, drop down the slope after the quarry then cut back west and follow base of slope until a couple of boulders come into view. One of these blocks is Dad's Arête. Bee Block is further on or alternatively drop down a steep slope shortly after turning right of the first footpath.