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Winewall lies just off the B6250 between Colne and Trawden. There are two quarries at the top of the hill at the end of the village and the climbs described (in the Lancasgire Rock supplement) are all on the west side of the road.
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Numerous jackdaws nest on the crag. Although the BMC doesn't restrict climbing for these prolific birds who are very resilient to potential disturbance, it would be best ot avoid the crag whilst they are nesting to avoid attracting negative attention from local residents.
Parking and Approach
There is a small parking space by a gate and the village sign on the right after the last buildings. Follow a path behind the gate heading towards the far side of the quarry (resist the temptation to go directly down the banking – there is much hidden glass). Keep left at a large twin stemmed tree, then continue to The Vineyard
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