The end of the main ridge path is reached at a small rocky outcrop named Pym's Chair, just beyond which is a country lane and this mini edge; Windgather Rocks. Like Stanage Edge, this is an outcrop of gritstone and, not surprisingly, attracts its fair share of climbers. Being much smaller than Stanage (which is a similar distance from home), I did wonder whether it would hold much interest as a potential visiting place for the lads, but I am assured that it would! Apparently, the height of the routes makes it a great place for practising soloing; climbing without a rope. The Edge is not so high that a fall would be lethal, especially with the positioning of a bouldering mat under the climb, and the easy access between top and bottom means that routes can be tackled in quick succession.
I can see 'Mum's Taxi' being called upon at some point during the summer holidays!