Rocktype Grit (quarried)
Altitude 266m a.s.l
A Warmer Moment At The Warren © Roger Nichols
Rabbit Warren is a minor venue, but with some good rock and problems that are just about worth the hike. It is a good place to combine with a short walk on the moors above Chatsworth.
Plenty of sun and exposure make this a quick-drying venue but it will catch any bad weather that is going.
The edge is approached from Beeley which is on the B6012 between Chatsworth and the A6 at Rowsley. In Beeley, turn east on Chesterfield Road and follow this for 2.7km to where the road turns right and an unpaved road leads off to the left. Park here and continue on foot along the unpaved road for 0.5km to a stile on the right. Cross the stile and follow the track for 1.5km. The rocks are down to the left and you cannot see them from the track so they are easy to miss.
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