The narrow ravine close to Morrisons in Buxton gives a handful of pleasant routes with ease of access.
Not a good place in humid weather.
When approaching from Buxton down the A6, after leaving the roundabout alongside Morrisons, a small layby will be seen on the right-hand side of the road in about 200m. Park here - it is worth noting that it easier to park here when approaching from the opposite direction.
There are three main sections of wall, the first most easily identified on the left-hand side of the ravine when entering it.
The other routes are on the right-hand side of the ravine, hidden from view but easily identified when walking up the ravine.
Starting with the wall on the left...
1. Rat's Rally (6c) steep pulls into a short narrow groove.
2. The Falling (7a+) * the smooth-looking wall gives a fingery pitch, tough for its grade.
3. Down in the Sewer (6a) * the fine flake and short juggy wall.
4. Z.C.T (6b) the fine little wall to the right.
5. Flushed Out (6c+) short steep boulder problem then good jugs.
6. Blocked Flue (7b) desperate boulder problem start easing above 2nd BR.
7. My Wife Led up to This (6b+) right arete of subsidiary wall with positive holds.
8. My Life Led up to This (6c+) the fingery bulging wall to the left.
9. Mozzy Marathon (6c+) the bulging arete and thin crack has a mean start.
10. Moss Marathon (6a) the pleasant little wall to the left.