Dates: 15 February to 31 May
Reason: Nesting Birds
This crag has historically been used as a nest site for both ravens and peregrines. Currently neither are beleived to be nesting but if you do see either of these birds on or near the crag displaying nesting behaviour please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
An exciting tour of the crag at a reasonable standard. The main pitch takes time to dry out. Start at the right-hand end of the terrace below the cave.
1) 4a, 15m. Head up rightwards on slabby ground to a belay on the edge of the buttress.
2) 4c, 25m. Traverse rightwards to a wide groove and stand on a small ledge. Continue up the wide groove to another ledge and then traverse rightwards until a move down reaches a corner-crack. Climb a short way to a good ledge and spike belay on the right. Protection is spaced on this pitch and is a fairly serious undertaking for both leader and second. © Rockfax
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