There is a loose flake on pitch 6 of Giant's Crawl near the belay - extreme care is needed.
Dates: 1 March to 30 June
Reason: Nesting Birds
Peregrines have been known to nest on the upper section of B Buttress, above Giants Crawl as well as C Buttress. The last time the birds were known to nest was 2014, but if visiting the crag early in the season please be aware that they could return and report to the BMC if birds are seen nesting.
A very traditional climb that takes the eye-catching right-angled corner-crack at the back of the amphitheatre. Although described in three pitches, it can be led in one by the confident and/or those with a big rack. Start at the base of the corner.
1) 4a, 14m. Take the crack to a belay on a ledge on the left level with the base of the Africa-shaped flake.
2) 4b, 11m. The next section of the crack is more difficult and leads to a belay on ledges - The Bandstand.
3) 4a, 25m. Continue up the crack to the top. Scramble up the gully to where you can walk leftwards. © Rockfax
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