A small collection of buttresses in Lemmington Woods, up to 7 metres high, of good quality rock.
Until recently the crag was virtually unclimbable, with trees growing right up against the rock, but recent thinning of the woodland has opened the place out somewhat.
There are a few good problems and one poor route. The main sector takes drainage and needs a long time to dry out, and unless it gets traffic, which it won't, will need cleaning.
Fell Sandstone Carboniferous, Dinantian
One poor VD.
Some good problems, easily accessed.
Other interesting stuff:
If you go up the short forestry road opposite the Bonus Boulder, and at the end follow the faint path on the left through the woods and up the hill, you may find a rounded 4 foot high outcrop about 30 metres away to the left. This has a cup and ring mark carved on it with runes carved alongside. The existence of the runes is very rare indeed, and they probably date from the 6th century. There is more information here
All the problems are the work of Bob Smith and J Dalrymple and were discovered during the Autumn of 2003.