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Climbs 38
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 211m a.s.l
Faces E

Crag features

A small and very sheltered crag with several interesting and varied Sectors. The whole place is set in a deeply incised valley and so is very sheltered. There are over 50 routes here in total with many of them on the orange spot zone. Most folks should find a couple of days sport to go at. The rocks mainly face east and south-east and so go into the shade early in the afternoon, a consideration when it is really hot. The routes are mainly off-vertical face climbs and there are some nice long pitches here. Most folks should find a couple of days sport to go at. The place does not appear to be especially popular.

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This crag is described as "a hidden gem". It would appear that the secret is no longer hidden (and has been for some time given the level of polish on all routes. The routes in Triangle sector (far left) are bordering on unclimbable for people who lead to the stated grade as are several of the slabs further to the right. Although polished some of the harder climbs seem worthwhile. as it certainly not hidden these days - the
Matt Alexander - 25/Mar/12
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