Torbryan Quarry is a great little crag with a small set of exquisite sport climbs on its gently overhanging wall. The climbing is well bolted and gives sustained, fingery pitches on flowstone sheets and pockets with the two central lines of Mayday and Thread Flintstone being classics of their grade. The setting is typically rural Devon, narrow lanes, high hedges and a quaint local village blessed with a good pub.


2 trad routes (E2...E4)
3 sport routes (6c+...7b)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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    Wages of Fear
    "Changed from 6c * to 6c+ *, 88% of 8 votes for 6c+" 19/Jun

    Thread Flintstone
    "Sorry Mr H I disagree I did empire second go and thought it was a path once you ..." 24/Feb top50

    Peggy Potato
    "Vicious fingery move to start, then easy" 02/Aug

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