A small crag with some steep slabby routes in the lower grades around 65ft long. Rock is the Perelle Gneiss and generally clean and sound, although belays can be awkward to find.
'Gaul wall' comprises the western end of the buttress.
Topos on www.gmc.org.gg
Walk straight through the front of the large carpark by the scrambles track and down to the crag. You now have to abseil in, or scramble down just west of Gaul wall by the pile of barbed wire, or cross the bay from Hanois cliff as a rockfall in 2008/9 destroyed the easy descent downclimb.
Jersey and Guernsey (1987)
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