Wolf Edge is an isolated spot that is of exclusive interest to boulderers. It's unlikely you will ever find crowds of people here, so it's particularly worth a visit if crowds are likely at the more well known nearby venues. The quality of the rock is improving with traffic, but could need a gentle brushing in places.
The edge faces southeast getting plenty of morning and early afternoon sun. It is exposed to the elements and will dry quickly but offers little shelter. It doesn't suffer from green rock.
The crag is best approached from the small village of Flash (highest village in England at 461m). This is situated just west of the A53 and north of the other Staffordshire crags. Park in the village and walk a short distance west where a road leads steeply up to some houses. Follow this road, staying to the left, and pass through a gate to a track. Follow the track past fields, avoiding the right-hand fork, and you will soon see the edge. The areas right of the track are gained by following a vague path along the base. Areas left of the track (The Warren) need to be approached from above, so keep on the main track until level with the edge, then follow a path along the top of the edge until it is possible to descend.