A two-tiered crag below the massive German Naval observation tower. Easily viewed from the ridge just west of the small square quarry below the tower. The lower tier is tidal and appears to have sound clean rock, the upper tier is dirty and chossy.
No bird bans, but seagulls nest on the crag and there is currently a shag's nest at the SE end of the ledge dividing the tiers (March 2010). Abseil approach necessary, probably easiest from stakes which may or may not be in place - test any in-situ stakes as they may well be German barbed wire stakes from WW2!
Jersey and Guernsey (1987)
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