Formerly an unloved and overgrown scion of the trad scene of yesteryear, Manor Crag now boasts an excellent array of bouldering on unique limestone. Blessed with a sunny south-facing aspect and good landings, a plethora of styles and grades are catered for.
Many of the aforementioned trad routes have recently been re-equipped with shiny metal bolts to please those of the rope-faffing persuasion, whilst the remainder have been fully claimed by opportunistic individuals amongst the local flora. Such is the duality of Man(or Crag).
Approach via the footpath to the Little Orme summit, which leaves the B5115 via a kissing gate. After about 100m head diagonally leftwards past some small boulders to gain the right hand side of the crag.