Ban-y-gor Rocks

Wye Valley

North-facing wooded escarpment on 'back' side of Lancaut peninsula adjacent to Wintour's Leap. Mixed ethic, sport routes predominating.

Crag information
Climbing Area: South West & Southern Rock Type: Limestone
County Gloucestershire Access Status: Advice
Importance: National CRoW Land: No
Ownership: Wildlife Trust No. of Routes: 187
Within National Park: No Year Developed: 1988
Grid Reference: ST544968

The landowner, Gloucestershire Wildlife Trust, has advised that a considerable quantity of rubble has been bulldozed over the crag top, some of which may now be lying on ledges and in vegetation on the cliff face. Climbers should excercise caution when climbing at the crag as there is likely to be more loose material than would normally be expected on the routes. 15/02/2011

Development of Ban-Y-Gor has been voluntarily restricted to the lower teirs of the rock, as climbs on the Upper Tier would otherwise top out into the gardens of those who live above the cliff! A further consideration is that climbers should not trespass onto the crag-top path north of Developer's Gully.

Group Advice

Generally unsuitable for group use.

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Weather Information

Wye Valley

J Willson, G Jenkin, M Cattermole & D Viggers

Climbers' Club

1997

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