First made famous after Sherlock Holmes' encounter with a grim and fearfull beast that can still be seen on nights with a full moon. In recent times its popularity stems from its sheep trimmed lawns which are a pinicing paradise (great place for the family while you climb), the large car park and the views from the summit, all of which bring holidaymakers from far and wide.
A huge number of scrambles and easier problems are possible, however to avoid uncessarily clutter, not all of them need to be written up, please use discretion.
These routes you have climbed clean. These routes you have climbed by seconding or top-roping. These routes you have Dogged. These routes you Did not Finish.
Routes are waiting to be checked by a crag moderator, and may not be accurate.
Routes can't be verified by a crag moderator, and they need more information to confirm it.
Routes are no longer climbable.