Altitude 218m a.s.l
Small overhanging wall in Millers Dale. ACESSS IS SENSITIVE. Avoid when there are anglers/fisherman around and at weekends.
The best approach is via the Monsal Dale trail. Go over the footbridge just west of the Anglers Rest pub and climb up onto the Monsal Trail. Follow the trail for about 200m. After a short section of cutting there is a path of sorts going left (badger trail possibly) onto the slope pretty much directly above the crag. To get down follow the slope downhill bearing west/upstream until you can easily drop down just right/west of the bouldering.
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