BULL'S HOLLOW

Near to Rusthall Common and one mile west of Tunbridge Wells is a disused quarry dating back to 1890. It is owned by the Tunbridge Wells Commons Conservators and the rocks are SSSI. The crags average about eight metres in height and the ground here can get boggy after rainfall. The quality of the rock is variable and is mostly in condition during the summer and autumn months, due to being secluded and sheltered by trees. This crag is a short distance from Toad Rocks, where there is roadside parking available.

There are some bolts at the crag, but you will need to bring an extra static rope and long slings for setting up off trees and also where bolts are situated further back from the edge.    

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Parking -  Roadside



Access Issues: No known access issues



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Due to the rock having only a thin outer layer, the rock is very fragile and can only be soloed or top-roped. Lead climbing is prohibited and placing trad gear would easily rip out and damage the rock. There is a CODE OF PRACTICE for climbers that should be read before climbing and setting up top-ropes.