An over-hanging wall some 12-25m in height, all seamed with with blind and rounded cracks providing uncharacteristically srtenuous climbing. Awkward heathery terrain above means a pre-fixed rope above is neccessary. During the average moist winter the crag will remain dank and seeping. When the seepage has retreated, however, most of the routes remain dry and, owing ti their steepness, can be climbed even in light to moderate rainfall.
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