Jack Rock, Northumberland, 15 May 2011

Posted by Swaledale Outdoor Club on 2011-06-12

Ray's trip to Kyloe Crag subsequently changed to Kyloe in the Woods due the the level of precipitation and eventually ended up at Jack Rock, which is situated in a unique location on the South bank of the river Coquet (famed for its salmon fishing). The crag also has a number of interesting fossils and ancient cup and ring marks inscribed upon it. Leaving our fishing rods in the car we enjoyed dry conditions offered by the large over-hanging trees and ticked off Wet Fly (HVS 5a**) and High Board (HS***). Although, the approach was interesting and required one point of aid in order to keep our feet dry.

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