Altitude 88m a.s.l
Woodcote Lane Bridge © ERU
A handy bridge is located on Woodcote Lane just outside the little village of Leek Wooton, Warwick.
It is made from old blocks of stone that provide good holds and has a little stream running under it. The area provides some bouldering under the arches which can be used in the rain.
The rock can be dusty - so bring a big brush to clean the holds!
When driving down Woodcote Lane from Leek Wooton use will see a stone bridge. Scramble down the west side to access the river and path that travels under the bridge.
There is a sign just down the road, that seems to be left from the Warwickshire Police, that states 'Private Property - No Trespassing'. Everyone in the local area however seems to ignore this and still take their dog for a walk each day in the surrounding woods.
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