Currently access to the quarry and radical road is banned for all activities. Additional signage has been added dissuading climbing.
A geological survey has been delayed by covid.
Please do not risk access to this popular climbing spot at this time.
Permission to climb is in theory granted by getting a free pass from the Historic Scotland Park Ranger Service, who hide in a wee glass fronted building behind Holyrood Palace. The requirement of the pass isn't heavily enforced, and because most climbers stick to bouldering in the South Quarry, reports of problems are rare.
Significant geotechnical rock scaling has recently taken place all along Salisbury crags. Be aware that some long standing "loose" sections may have been disturbed and previously easy access routes are now covered with dislodged rubble.
Sit-start below the juggy undercut. Pull up into this and make a reach to finish on jugs.