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Altitude 90m a.s.l
Collection of esoteric boulder problems set in various tenements in the Edinburgh suburb of Marchmont during the COVID-19 outbreak. Interesting mix of three-dimensional climbing, including doorframe aretes, edging on small skirting boards and featureless chimneying around corridors and hallways - an urban Font, perhaps? The possibility is there for the development of longer routes and traverses, but these should be ideally soloed - bolting is strongly frowned upon and the fragility of the "rock" means that little gear would hold a fall.
In-situ food and drink, unless shit really gets out of hand. If you need to use the bathroom, please use the bathroom - no wild shitting if possible to maintain good access relations with the landowner.
Advisable to contact the crag moderator in advance to discuss obtaining access since, yano, people live at the crag. And you might have COVID. Precise sector locations omitted for that reason.
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