Hollin Hill

East of Sheffield

User attention

In May 2023 there was an incident with an individual who appeared to be sleeping at the crag leaving a violent threatening message intended for climbers. The police have been made aware. Take great care if visiting the crag. It may be best not to visit in the short term, certainly visiting alone or climbing while the individual is present are inadvisable. Do not damage or disturb any belongings or shelter which may be being used by a rough sleeper. Please report any further incidents to the police and the BMC. from 26/05/2023

Magnesian limestone crag, 7m high but developed as a bouldering venue with problems finishing at 4m ish. Top covered in ivy.

Crag information
Climbing Area: Peak District Rock Type: Limestone
Importance: Local CRoW Land: No
Ownership: Wildlife Trust No. of Routes: 11
Within National Park: No Year Developed:
Grid Reference: SK5071975154

The crag is within an SSSI managed by the Derbyshire Wildlife Trust.

Public access is permitted, dogs must be kept on a lead.

Parking and Approach

Park on Hollin Hill Rd.

Climbers have been challenged in the past when approaching the crag direct through the field above.

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Park on Hollin Hill Rd as the previous parking was causing friction with the farmer.