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Climbs 4
Rocktype Sandstone (soft)
Altitude 108m a.s.l
Faces N

Crag features

Climbing is presently not permitted on these rocks for reasons of biodiversity. There is one already chipped route on Pulpit Rock which is a free-standing boulder to the west of a path marking the western end of the main rock face.

Approach notes

From the Nymans National Trust car park, walk down (Northeast) towards the valley, and turn right (east). In about 200m there is a path turning off to the right. Just at the junction is a large redwood tree. Pulpit Rock is obviously visible to your right. Continue on for a further 50m and on the right the main rock face is visible. 

Restricted Access

Currently climbing is not permitted on these rocks for biodiversity reasons.

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