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Harrison's is the most well known and the largest crag in this area. The rocks are situated in quiet woodland and the edge runs roughly north / south. It is typically one of the busier climbing areas, but its size means you'll have no problem finding good climbs to get on.
When thinking about areas it is common to split the edge into four sections:
Within each section a number of sub sections are defined. These have been split into fairly obvious areas. It is an attempt to not overload areas with too many problems.
From Groombridge drive south on Station Road passing the old station on your left. When the road forks take the right fork, then after a short distance take another right turn, which has a sign pointing you to Harrison's. Continue along the lane until you come to the car park.
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Birchen Corner 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a Europe : United Kingdom : ... : Isolated Buttress
Start up the arete, and after a few feet move to the left side of it. Follow shallow crack on the left of the arete to the good break below the top. At the break move back right and finish up the arete....[more] Browse More Classics in International
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