The majority of the crag is on access land (with the exception of the woodland section) but it is on an active grouse moor so check for temporary restrictions to open access. Dogs are not allowed year round.
The crag is on Dallowgill Moor above Nidderdale at NGR SE 183710. Park at Harper Hill near the farm (giving consideration to the need for farm and shooting vehicles to access roads and parking - so best to park at the far end of the parking place) and follow a Land Rover track past the NIDDERDALE AONB access and info signs westwards taking the first right fork and continue parallel to and above the valley/woodland until the track ends near a line of grouse butts. Cross the stream and take a vague track up the other side to reach the left end of the main crag. Closures for shooting are likely during August/September and will be listed on the Natural England website.
Parking and Approach
Follow the pateley Bridge - Kirby Malzeard road, park at Harper Hill (giving consideration to the need for farm and shooting vehicles to access roads and parking - so best to park at the far end of the parking place
). Follow track opposite farm taking right then left fork. Stay on track until it ends and then cross the beck and head up to the crag.