The crag is on bluff on a bend of the Coquet, with copious amounts of vegetation encroaching on the finishes of the routes and is rather typical for quarried sandstone.. It is directly opposite Thrum Mill, a popular tourist spot at a point where the Coquet flows through a rocky channel a few feet wide. There is a clean buttress of 10 meters at the eastern end and other taller but more overgrown buttresses further upstream. A fine place for posing.
Fell Sandstone Carboniferous, Dinantian
The routes and descriptions in this guide are the work of Simon Gee and Lewis Grundy and were done during 1991. Rumours of previous visits by G. Thompson are vigorously denied.