Harboro rocks is found alongside a minor road (Manystones Lane) near Hopton. It is a small outcrop with a few short climbs, beloeved of beginners groups and outdoor activities organisers. The lower tier is the quietest section and there is plenty to keep most people occupied for an hour or two when the upper tier is crowded.
A good spot to start on the lower tieris the right hand end. The wall has a slight bulge but is really straightforward and a perfect warm-up. Once warmed up, try a right to left traverse starting from the right hand extremity, just rouns a corner. Keeping your feet below the bulge, reasonably close to the floor gives a couple of tricky moves. Finish by going upwards. After that, go for the full traverse of the bay, the most difficult bit is in the back left corner, it’s a bit of a reach (well, it is for me at 5’8″ and a poor ape index!!) and hard to avoid touching the grass as you stretch across. An alternative is to use the big jug to go upwards instead.