The crag is a south facing collection of boulders and small buttresses at the western end of the escarpment overlooking Rothbury. It is known to have been visited on a number of occasions, but nothing seems to have been recorded. The place is well worth a short evenings bouldering, or it can be combined with the Quarry and Ship Rock in a circular walk from Rothbury.
Fell Sandstone Carboniferous, Dinantian
No recorded routes.
There are some good quality problems across the grades on good rock, but there's not quite enough of it.
Other interesting stuff:
The extensive earthworks you cross as you approach the crag are the remains of the Old Rothbury Iron Age hillfort.
Bouldering at he rocks was systematically developed during 2001 by the usual suspects(Bob Smith, the Earls et al) and John Dalrymple, with Andy Earl topping things of with his Font 8a+ problem Desperado.