Altitude 186m a.s.l
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A selection of small boulders within a tranquil setting. The landings are generally excellent if a little marshy after rain and despite its humble appearance this small area probably contains the best f2 in the pass.
Park at the higher lay by as for the Grochan. Either cross the stream (wellies advised as the ground beyond is wet) and head directly up the fell side until you reach a series of grit looking boulders in a wall. This is the first area and is home to the f2 and f7a. Carrying on over the wall gains the disused old building and sheep enclosure just right of the cottage and the second collection of boulders, the punctuations themselves. (15 mins) The same point can be reached from the good track that leads up to the cottage from the bridge further up the road.(drier and better)
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