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- Description:© (koala)
Small with limited potential. There is still room for a few more short new routes. Kid friendly crag with really easy access, and two routes at least which are actually beginner friendly! (Surely not I hear you say, but yes it's true!)
- Approach:© (koala)
about 2-300m before the Horn on the left (uphill).
Useful Info: Best Routes: The Biggest 'Thing' Here (16*) Waiting for a princess (19) Robert Dazzler (24*) a few other (about 4-5) 18's that are run out which is a pity as they look quite good.
|1||Jack Be Nimble||19||15m|
The Biggest Thing Here
FA: Anthony Pattison, Joe Goding
Neil Monteith 7 years ago|
Stephen Gordon 7 years ago
Waiting For A Princess
FA: Joe Goding, Anthony Pattison
Stephen Gordon 6 years ago|
Neil Monteith 7 years ago
|7||The Fine Line Between Pleasure And Pain||17||15m|
|9||Sleight Of Hand||18||15m|
From Here to Obscurity
FA: Paul Martin, Rick Webb
Paul Martin 11 years ago|
|The Biggest Thing Here||25m|
|17||The Fine Line Between Pleasure And Pain||15m|
|Sleight Of Hand||15m|
|19||Jack Be Nimble||15m|
|20||From Here to Obscurity||10m|
|Waiting For A Princess||25m|