Rocktype Sandstone (soft)
Altitude 92m a.s.l
Crag topo © uk climber
Also known as North Woodloes Quarry. The rock is fragile so please don't climb on it if it is wet or damp.
Next to the public right of way: Centenary Way (LDWA) Long Distance Path. The Way was devised to celebrate one hundred years of Warwickshire County Council. It passes the Tame Valley, Atherstone Ridge, the George Eliot country around Nuneaton, before passing to the east of Coventry to Kenilworth, Warwick and Leamington Spa. From here it heads to the Burton Dassett Hills, Edge Hill, Shipston-on-Stour and Ilmington Downs.
Park on the verge on Woodloes Lane shortly before the road splits into two private access roads (GPS Coordinates). From here follow the public footpath signs up the left of the two roads. Centenary Way crosses this road. Take a right onto the path and follow it until you see the crag which is very clearly visible to the right of the footpath (GPS Coordinates).
No guides found for this crag
|Thought I would have a peek as it's only 25 minutes, including walk, from my house. Very dusty, dirty but some fun potential. Too many ahem.... manufactured holds...
johnnymerlin - 01/Aug/20
|There is some potential here, albeit quite limited. Long trousers, a large brush and some shears should probably be on your kit list...|
yarrow - 16/Jun/15
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