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Altitude 114m a.s.l
Hollin © Betajunkie
A steep magnesian limestone crag which is about 8m high but developed as a bouldering venue with problems finishing at around 4 - 5m. A good wet weather venue and really only limited to mid grade or harder problems though easier problems are a possibility. There is also a large boulder just off the dismantled rail track approach which has some good warm up problems and a good steep roof. Lots of stuff unrecorded as there’s a lot of rock here.
Be aware there is a Ram doing the rounds by the main wall.
There is a basic print out of this venue which is doing the rounds, this will have to do as there is no guide.
From parking on hazelmere road handrail the field metal fence line walking passed the construction. Then dip down into the woods where the lone boulder can be found. Head back up the hill and you will see an open field along the north western side there will be a clearing that drops down towards the main show. Keep a low profile once off the dismantled rail track.
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