The broad, sheer cliff of grey limestone that sits at the centre of the gorge. Slabby, easy angled limestone, lots of excellent routes in the easier grades, but protection tends to be sparse, and many of the plum lines suffer from polish. Some of the best bouldering in the area can be had here. Multi-pitch routes to 90 metres.
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Reason: Nesting Birds
The peregrines have unfortunately failed to nest sucessfully this year (2017) and the restriction has been lifted early. If you do see peregrines acting disturbed or spot any other nest site in use, please email email@example.com
Parking and Approach
Limited parking is available under Main Wall, alternatively there is ample parking above the crag on Circular Road with paths leading down to the bottom of the Gorge.
Guidebook info currently being updated
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