Altitude 222m a.s.l
The crag is short and steep with some impressive flowstone formations. Unfortunately the flowstone is soft and delicate. Hence the central section of the wall is unclimbed and probably best left that way. Please be delicate on the lower parts of the climbs that use the flowstone. The upper roof is compact limestone with nice and some surprising holds, giving some powerful and gymnastic cruxs.
Dry in the rain but can condense on still warm days, and probably seeps after prolonged rain.
Park at the small bridge in Millers Dale (or Chee Dale car park if it's busy). Walk back along the road and cross the river under the Viaduct.
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