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you are going. Please make sure you have read and understood our current advice before heading out and apply it alongside RAD advice to ensure access issues don’t develop.
The Satellite Boulder is aptly named – it may as well have dropped from space after being launched into orbit from Switzerland. It is a gobsmackingly impressive piece of stone that has yielded some instant classics at a spread of grades, though most climbs are at the harder end of the spectrum.
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Needs a dry spell.
Parking and Approach
Park at the Lower Shawfield Car Park, opposite the Cheerful Chilli restaurant, on the East Chevin Road. Follow the track adjacent to the road and roughly 10m before re-joining the road again drop down the hillside using a faint track. Follow this for around 100m until you reach the Satellite Boulder.
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