BERRYHILL


A charming little cliff, the most northerly in the book, tucked away in a shallow valley and facing south so it gets the sun all day long. Much of the rock is soft and/or brittle, so despite the number of lower grade routes it is not an ideal venue for beginners. The soft nature of the rock also makes it an UNSUITABLE destination for large groups intent on abseiling or top roping as this will rapidly damage the rock.
ACCESS - The crag is on private land - please ask permission at the farm before climbing. The owners are very friendly and welcoming but do like to be asked first.

Routes

26 trad routes (D...E4)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
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Approach walk Other Page
Western Walls
The left-hand side of the crag consists of some rambling walls, mostly made of rather soft rock....
12
Trad
Lots of sun!
Up and down

10 mins

Restricted Access

Ask permission at the farm before climbing

352
Eastern Walls
The right-hand side of the crag has two tall impressive buttresses with an interesting set of...
14
Trad
Lots of sun!
Up and down

10 mins

Restricted Access

Ask permission at the farm before climbing

353
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