Regional Access Database

Advice The Cuttings

A trio of inland crags on the eastern edge of Portland. Mostly sport routes but the occasional trad line can be found between the bolts.

BMC Area South West & Southern Rock Type Limestone
Climbing Area Portland Access Status Advice
County Dorset CRoW Land Yes
Importance Regional No. of Routes 130
Ownership Private Year Developed 1985
Within National Park No Grid Reference SY702714





Concerns have been raised by local residents about climbers using the areas adjacent to the crag as a toilet. Please remember that the crag is visited by a wide variety of recreational users (of all ages) apart from climbers and be considerate to them. If at all possible, avoid using these areas as a toilet – ideally go before you leave the house in the morning or there is a public toilet in Easton. However, as we all know you can sometimes get caught out. If you do, please either pack out or shallow bury (to cover it but still allow decomposition in the active topsoil) any solid waste.






  
This page was last updated on 07/09/2012. RAD is updated as and when access changes and a historic date does not mean that the information is out of date, only that the access situation hasn't changed.