About Chee Tor (OS):
One of the best crags in Derbyshire, offering plenty of climbing in every grade from from HVS to E7. About 100 routes up to 100 feet long. Most of the climbs stop at the break and it is normal to rappell down from there. Natural rock with good protection, bolts on some of the harder routes, and the break can be used to inspect routes or set up top ropes. Morning sun in the winter, and all day sun in the summer. Watch out after a rainstorm though, the base become a mud bath!
|Nearest town or city:||Buxton|
|Directions:||OS 119 GR SK 123 734 Alt. 237m
4 miles east of Buxton. Follow the A6 east out of Buxton to the B6049. Take this to Miller's Dale and turn left as you come into town to a car park on the left after a couple hundred yards. Hike down the River Wye until you come to the second foot bridge and cross the river at a sharp bend. Turn left and walk about 200 feet to the base of the crag.
|Latitude, Longitude:||53.25719, -1.81562|
|When to Climb:||Update|
|Quantity of Climbs:||Year|