England's most popular, and arguably, best crag. If nothing else, for the sheer variety, number, quality and enjoyment of the routes. The crag is 4 miles long, and has over 1000 routes. Despite it's popularity, even on the busiest days it is usually possible to find a quiet spot away from the crowds. Just don't go to the aptly named Popular End if you are seeking solitude, there is always someone climbing there. The climbs are invariably solid, and their short, often bouldery nature makes soloing very popular. The crag is entirely traditional, no bolting is allowed.