A steep solid crag with routes on it's SE and SWern faces. The SE face routes are more or less non-tidal, the ones on the SW face benefit from hanging belays in some situations. It may be possible to DWS some of the SW face routes as the wall drops straight into the sea - get in and out of the sea at the NW end of the crag. Quite exposed on the SW face, so best climbed in calm conditions.
No bird bans although seagulls nest on the crag. The access scramble is fine in shorts.
Jersey and Guernsey (1987)
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