Harrison's Rocks

Harrison's Rocks is the most popular southern sandstone crag with a great selection of climbs in a quiet woodland setting in East Sussex. It was originally bought by local climbers in 1959 (at that time when the BMC was unable to own property) and passed onto the CCPR, then the Sports Council Trust Company Ltd who managed it with close BMC involvement. Ownership transferred to the BMC in 2009 and the site is now actively managed by local climbers who care deeply about the place.

Harrison's Rocks on RAD

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Southern Sandstone Code of Practice

Protect Southern Sandstone while enjoying its unique, esoteric climbing. The BMC have produced a booklet giving advice on how to minimise your impact whilst climbing on Southern Sandstone. This booklet tells you everything you need to know for a great day out on Sandstone whilst looking after the rock for current and future generations.

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Southern Sandstone Skills Films Playlist

The fragility of southern sandstone crags means that climbers need to take extra care to protect and preserve them for the future. Our series of short films shows some of the special skills and considerations needed when climbing on southern sandstone.

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WATCH: Southern Sandstone Top Roping

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