Climbs 71
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 350m a.s.l
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Walking over Pot Scar © Lankyman

Crag features

Quick drying, sheltered and sunny (if you're lucky).

Approach notes

Park in Feizor village then follow the Stainforth footpath until access is possible without crossing walls. The guide gives full directions which must be followed.

No dogs allowed

No Access Issues

There has been the occasional incident of dogs chasing sheep at this site - this winds up the local farmer. Please make sure your pet is under control.

Went for the e grades and was disappointed. Routes are shorter than advertised, some nice moves on fairly decent rock but limited to a handful of metres on each route. Low gear was generally fiddly to place and not convincing.
Chriswallis2 - 17/Sep/23
There is a large loose block just above the start of Feizor. Attempts to dislodge it have left it sticking out at an angle - a pull from below would remove it, but I wouldn't recommend trying!
John Brayshaw - 13/Jul/15
Nice venue with some great routes, starting the climbs was harder than expected. Overall nice area with fairly solid rock.
Jordan_Hollins - 24/Oct/13
Good climbing but they can be hard starts (no protection) with possible broken limbs if you fall before the first protection is placed. Apert from that it's a great place.
Booey - 31/Aug/08
A great little venue for ticking off some good VSs. Easy access, south facing and solid.
GrahamD - 02/Nov/05
Good mid-grade choice. Dries quick as is approach.PM sun and not much loose. If trad lime suits and/or no gritstone dry worth a peep
hugh squire - 09/Nov/04
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