Altitude 116m a.s.l
Si clipping on Ground Zero © Dave Bond
This neglected quarry to the south of Matlock features a fine vertical wall of compact rock. The steep crack lines date back to the early 80's and the original sport routes were developed in the late 90's by Pete Cresswell.
The crag became somewhat neglected until 2008 when Jon Clark gave the wall a complete overhaul, re-bolting all the original sport routes and adding a handful of hard new additions. The routes are long (25m in places) and most are very sustained.
It is now an excellent venue for anyone looking to push their grade into the hard 7's.
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