Altitude 120m a.s.l
Small but imposing steep crag, 800 metres east of Raven's Rock. The crag is of Moine schist and is strongly folded into an anticline resulting in many parallel cracks and ramps tilted up rightwards. The two older routes are currently ivy covered but the centre of the crag is clean and marked by a line of overhangs. Protection is almost exclusively by cams of all sizes.
Descents are best to the right looking down. A short cut to The Belvedere is from the descent cut across rightwards at a small pine, move up more steeply and cross over a short rock nose, descend (exposed) right to the top of an easy slab which leads to the ledge.
Sheet 20 47306.59897 alt 165m
Follow the FC road past the saw mill for about a mile (bikes). On left at 47421.60306 are a group of pines; follow orange tree markers up the hill (boggy in places) to a low rock wall and path leading left to below the crag. Steeply up left via a short rock step to a fine ledge, 'The Belvedere;. about 25 to 30 mins from the FC track.
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