Good rock wall with interesting features and great climbing. Unfortunately it takes some seepage from the hillside above, this coupled with shaded nature of this are means it is often damp when the rest of the crag is dry.
From the car park enter the woods and turn right on the main path. Cut up the hill on the left just before you reach the signed path back down to the road on the right.
|1||Badgers Crack||6A||Start on a sloping bulge on the left side of the wall and follow a line of runnels rightwards to finish as for Golden Sally. Good fun and a tad spicy.|
|2||BTB||6C||Start behind and just right of the silver birch tree on the slopey foot rail. Pull up to two pocket holds in the salnting break and pull up to gain the obvious carved runnel feature before pulling up and right to finish.|
|3||Golden Sally||7A+||Starts beneath the golden streak with RH on an obvious sloping sidepull and LH on a long thin crimp. Some awesome technical climbing leads to a slap for a big sloper, rock up powerfully then top out on glorious holds.|
|4||Joesef Merrick's Pet Badger||7A||Start at the sloping ramp feature to the right of Golden Sally. Move delicately up to two mono's at half height before climbing straight up the pockmarked wall above to a highball finish.|
|5||The Ousted Louse||5||Climbs the short wall on the far right of Sally's garden using a large assortment of different kinds of holds.|