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Summary

Popular slab crag for groups and beginners.

Description

Easy slab routes with good protection, massive boulders and stakes at the top for far back and large belays. Very busy.

Access issues

Park in the car park at the end of the open access road. Then walk up past the Campsite up the road until you reach the obvious crag on the left. There is no parking up here. Park at the free car park.

Approach

Walking, follow the road past Campsite over a gate and you'll be able to see the crag ahead.

Routes

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The left most crack of the crag. Climb up past the vegetated break to the top.

Climb a blankish slab between crack 1 and 2. Then finish left ish. Some. Good smaller gear, although hard to spot from the bottom.

Good pitch worth doing. Located left of the heavily vegetated gully. Good gear.

Clues in the name, it's a bit of a zig zag. Head right towards the vegetated break, then left above it, heading right again following a small crack, then finish heading left and upwards.

A hard climb that heads straight up the Centre of the main slab. Protection is spaced out. Head towards the vegetated break then left towards the crack. Follow to the finish.

Great line, climb a long crack line on great holds until the top.

The lower section looks hard and unprotected, but then you gain a good easy crack.

A crack on the right most of the crag.

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