Jack Rock, Northumberland, 15 May 2011
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.