Altitude 80m a.s.l
Southstone © TobyA
And now for something completely different! A small limestone outcrop reaching a maximum height of 15m. Physical Attraction (E2) and Over and Over (E1) on the steep Main Face provide the greatest interest. Despite being unsuitable for leading, there are also many other interesting routes to climb and many new ones to be found too. A scrubbing brush would be handy to remove the overgrowth towards the top of many climbs. [Simon Wragg]
This is very much a venue for local climbers with some additional bouldering in Back Canyon for the strong.
Leave the B4203 at Stanford Bridge and head south on the minor rd to reach a small layby for parking after 1 mile. Park by gate and walk along right-hand side of stream. Follow path over five-bar gate. Fork off to left, rocks are right beside stream. In the wooods are many fallen trees and it can be very overgrown, so don't be suprised if you can't find it at first.
Hi iv found a postcode for the lane entrance of WR6 6ER (supadeano86 2013)
An alternate entry is of the B4204 from either Martley or Tenbury to Sapey Common. There is a bend in the road here where you need to follow the lane of it downhill (for 1/4 mile) to a farm where there is a public footpath marked. Follow this into the woods (for 1/2 mile or so) and the crag can be seen on the right after passing a footbridge which is also on the right. Further down will be the fork going right, follow this to the crag.
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