A hybrid crag with some sport, trad and bouldering. The rock can be loose and snappy so be cautious when climbing and belaying, helmets recommended. The main wall will be partially affected in very high tides or big swells. The crag faces south/south-east and can be a delightful sun trap, with climbing possible even through the middle of winter.
From the Bettridge Centre car park (57.030423, -2.148508) follow the path to the south alongside the railway over the style and beyond the railway bridge and continue past the obvious (telephone) mast.
At the next field fence (gate often open), turn left (south-east) and walk to the edge of the field then turn right and follow the fence south-west until you reach the point in the fence where it makes a sharp turn to the left (towards the sea), cross the wire fence by the large cylindrical post (57.021867, -2.153115). You'll soon see the crag and a path going down hill which passes below the first buttress on the left.