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Lantic Bay Cornwall, ENGLAND
Climbs 13 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude ? – Faces ?
The rock is Devonian Slate. It is generally solid, but the finishes require care, and the rock is prone to be more friable after it has been damp. Belays are generally friends and large nuts set well back down the far side of the stack. Decent is by the easy groove on the right hand side.
Cheesewring & South East Cornwall: A Climbers' Guide (2012)
Climbs at this crag
Approach as for Pencarrow Head, but after crossing the coast path, follow the path down to the right onto the beach. The climbs are located on a small stack at the far end of the beach. Access is approximately 2 hours either side of low water, but this can be extended for about an extra hour with a bit of wading and easy scrambling.
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