The National Trust own the crag and whilst it’s not on open access land with a right of access, the Trust kindly allow public access for climbers, on the condition that we look after the crag. Here are some simple tips to help you enjoy your visit, look after the area and make sure we retain access for the future.
Climb up the awkward bottom wall to the break, then pull over a bulge and continue up a large chalked-up flake. (Stick-clip the second staple for the 7b+ tick if the bottom is wet). Move up to undercuts then rightwards to climb a short fingery section. Then head back left and up to the break. Continue up the pumpy groove above to a high lower-off (28m). When very dry you can do the start to Barely Decent and move right at 7b+ for the full route from the ground. Originally the upper section involved a swing around the hanging arete to the right to access the top of the crag - the E5 pitch that gave the route its name! © Rockfax
UKC Logbook Description
Indecent Exposure started from the ground, gives a more complete experience than sat on the first bolt. A few hard and awkward moves at the bottom to gain the original starting point.
Peak District Limestone top 50 sport up to 8a+ , Post Quarantine Blowout , The Festival Of Shite
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