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Climbs 28
Rocktype Granite
Altitude 212m a.s.l
Faces SW

Crag features

Extensive area with boulders on either side of the stream.  The current developed area lies on the N side of the stream.  A good range of grades and styles.

It's a fairly safe area to take the family too.  The upper cluster has reasonably flat areas for the kids to play and get about and a small stream at the bottom.  We've had our 7yr down to 18 month kids there whilst developing it.

Approach notes

Beadon Lane, Newton Abbot, TQ13 9.  There is a track off the road as it crosses the stream between Tottiford Farm and Beadon Farm.  Either park here or drive down track to turning circle.  From here walk on the N side of the stream (along the side of the stream). After about ten minutes you will see an ancient clapper bridge over the stream and then you will come across the Coconut Crab Boulder right by the path. The boulders go upwards from here.

To access the boulders from the top of the hill (main developed cluster) follow the forest track up hill from the car park, across a small stream and continue upwards where the track levels off.  Continue along until the path bears around to the left and starts to go downhill.  Turn right off the track using a deer run and head down over to find another old/ disused forest track.  Turn right going back on yourself and the boulders appear on the R.  This is Dead Squirrel Edge and Tropic Thunder.  Follow the path for the Tug Speedman Wall and others.

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