Lower Montcliffe quarry is a funny place, with a strange mixture of problems. In the main quarry there is a good detached slab with several problems up to V3 and some harder dynos, which is useful because it stays dry in all but the heaveiest of downpours. On the main face the obvious highball/solo rounded and bulging arete has still not been climbed, though it looks awesome. In the furthest bay (more easily reached by descending to the main path) there are a few more problems, including the recently unearthed (literally) Indian Face (V4), a gem of a technical arete. It will be even better from sitting. To the left, the overhanging layback highball has still not been climbed.
No access problems.
V3 -V4 and V6 upwards
Indian face (V4)
The obvious arete. The highball layback.